BRUIE, a submersible that drives upside-down under sea ice, may one day explore extraterrestrial seas on Europa or Enceladus for signs of life.
Carbon-rich molecules were detected in samples collected from Enceladus’ ocean—yet another indicator that it could host microbial life.
The Galileo spacecraft might have accidentally run through the sprinkler of Europa’s plumes.
Asteroids have been spitballing life juice at each other for billions of years, and we have the receipts.
Scientists find potential evidence of methanogenesis, a biological process, on Saturn’s moon Enceladus—which means methane-breathing aliens could be chilling there.
The agency will hold the press conference in Washington at 2 PM EST.
The thick, viscous ocean is right beneath its icy heart.
Scientists think they saw vapour plumes spewing from its surface.
One planet could conceivably host a moon with life.
Jules Verne’s sci-fi classic gets a new twist in a NASA proposal.