Jupiter's moon Europa is one of the best possible sites for alien life, and new observations will answer that question and many others.
Observations of Greenland suggest that Jupiter’s ice moon may host shallow liquid water.
Scientists present more evidence for the oldest known fossils on Earth, which could bolster the search for alien life.
Planetary scientist Jonathan Lunine talks about missions to Titan, Europa, and Enceladus in a new episode of Motherboard’s Space Show.
Signs of life on Europa would be most accessible in the fallout of landslides or fresh craters, suggest a new study.
Europa is one of the most promising candidates for life in the solar system, and a new 3D model reveals where to look for signs of aliens.
Tardigrades can survive extreme conditions, and scientists wanted to know if they could survive the impact after a trip between planets.
Europa is one of the few bodies in our solar system that has the potential to host some form of life.
“The night-time ice glow occurring on Europa may be very unique and unlike any other phenomenon in our Solar System,” according to a new study.
BRUIE, a submersible that drives upside-down under sea ice, may one day explore extraterrestrial seas on Europa or Enceladus for signs of life.
Sharp spikes called penitentes may be waiting to impale any spacecraft that lands in the moon's low latitudes.
Europa is irradiated by Jupiter’s intense magnetosphere, but you don’t have to dig far before life finds a way (theoretically).