When the light we see from the star Earendel was emitted, the universe was less than a billion years old.
Perspectives in Astrobiology
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From NASA’s successful missions on the Red Planet, to more distant potentially habitable worlds like to Jupiter’s moon Europa and
On the 15th of March,1806, a meteorite fell near Alais, France and was the first object from space in which
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A reference database to enable our search for life on the surface of icy exoplanets and exomoons by using records
The detection of a complex organic molecule, dimethyl ether, in the disk around an infant star suggests prebiotic chemistry starts
Jennifer Lobo from the Science and Industry Museum at Manchester spoke to some of their women volunteers who work in
Saturn’s moon Mimas could have a buried underground ocean beneath its surface. Researches suggest that it could potentially be a
Since the first announcement five years ago, subsequent studies have revealed a lot about the TRAPPIST-1 system. But, a real
Studying the sun and its processes aids in understanding the distribution of life within our solar system. A mass solar
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