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NASA: Planets On Their Sides May Be More Likely To Host Life

TAMPA (CBS Tampa) – There may be a way tell if a planet can sustain life…by studying how it rotates on its axis.

To be clear, we’re not talking about wobble that you would notice in a few years, or even a human lifetime. 173 more words


NASA's Curiosity Rover Takes Photo of a Strange Light on Mars

A photo recently captured by NASA’s Curiosity Rover has according to Space.com

“…set the Internet abuzz yet again about the possibility of life on Mars.”

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Enceladus what kind of life ?

As stated in my previous post NASA’s Cassini probe  has shown that Saturn’s moon Enceladus not only has an thin atmosphere, but that volcanoes of water are erupting from its surface into space. 351 more words


Enceladus -Could there be life ?


Hello and welcome to the first post from the Science Geek 01. I intend to write  a weekly blog about various topics of interest, which will cover all aspects of science. 648 more words


What are we even looking for?

So recently we’ve been looking at different planets. Some of the planets that we tend to find most interesting are those that we think could possibly support life. 210 more words


Life on Europa?

Europa is proposed to be a top contender in the possibility of having extraterrestrial life. Under the ice, the oceans on Europa would simulate a very similar environment to that of the deep parts of oceans here on Earth. 115 more words


The Enceladus Deep

Our love affair with Enceladus grows deeper:

A substantial ocean most likely exists beneath the icy surface of Saturn’s diminutive moon Enceladus, raising the possibility that primitive forms of extraterrestrial life exist in its briny depths. 417 more words