NASA Discovers That Nearby Ocean Worlds Could Be Best Shot For Extraterrestrial Life

Via NASA/ JPL-Caltech

NASA discovered evidence that two neighboring ocean worlds in our solar system just might have the right mix to sustain extraterrestrial life. Researchers believe that the icy, ocean-bearing moons of Jupiter and Saturn could host life.

Thanks to NASA’s Cassini mission and the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA was able to determine that Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus have the right conditions for alien life.

“This is the closest we’ve come,...


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