Enceladus is a “hot spot” in the search for extraterrestrial life.
(Methane + carbon dioxide) - carbon monoxide = aliens?
The new results explain how two planets in this distant solar system may be positioned just right to create life-friendly conditions.
One theory suggests that aliens are purposely leaving us be to evolve on our own.
A white Christmas on Enceladus is pretty much a given every single year.
The new land mass may be similar to Mars.
The device will search for the origins of the universe.
The finding means we may need to add places like Pluto and Eris to our list of potentially habitable destinations.
Saturn's Enceladus has become a prime search location for alien life as potentially habitable waters appear to flow beneath its icy crust.
It even orbits a star that doesn't spit out deadly rays on a regular basis—cozy!
The super high-tech machine will be able to identify the ingredients of the moon's "tiger stripe" geysers.
The planetary system, located 40 light years away from Earth, is considered a candidate for finding life outside our solar system.
Russia is testing dust samples from the International Space Station, believing they contain extraterrestrial lifeforms.
Scientists showed the potential habitability of the planet under different atmospheric conditions and orbits using a state-of-the-art model.
Material ejected from a planet with bacteria or single-cell organisms could reach another within just 100 years.
LHS 1140b is believed to be a rocky "super-Earth."