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Finally, humanity gets the tools needed to find life on other planets

Gliese 581d is a potentially habitable planet just 20 light-years away. In 20 years we could know if it delivers on that potential. DarinK/deviantART/CC License…

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This planetary scientist has a new idea for why we haven’t heard from aliens yet

During the summer of 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi posed a question to his colleagues over lunch, “Don’t you ever wonder where everybody is?” Fermi was…

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Organic molecules on Mars: how they got there

The quantity of organic molecules discovered on Mars is not entirely explained by the hypothesis of cosmic dust: here is a new study. Asteroids and…

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Existence of alien life ‘much more likely than previously thought’ – NASA admit

In comments that will likely fuel ardent Ufologists worldwide, a senior NASA official has conceded that the existence of alien life is “much more likely…

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Harvard’s top astronomer says an alien ship may be among us — and he doesn’t care what his colleagues think

Featured Image: Avi Loeb poses in the observatory near his office in Cambridge, Mass. His theory about an alien spaceship has made the rounds in…

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Siberian Worms Buried in Arctic Permafrost for 42,000 Years Come Back to Life

Two ancient nematodes from the Pleistocene age are moving and eating normally again for the first time since the Pleistocene age. The roundworms, original from two…

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