Saturn's moon Titan has an atmosphere rich in organic compounds, which has led to speculations that chemical precursors of life may have been generated there.
Life on Earthlike planets could be more likely than one popular argument supposes, according to a theory outlined in a recent science paper.
Astronomer Avi Loeb looks at the nature of scientific knowledge, as he discusses dark matter, the universe, and life on other worlds.
Stars could not have existed during early phases of the universe because the extreme heat would have dispersed them. Hence, the question: When did the first stars form?
In the future, could an interactive artificial intelligence (AI) system answer questions for us, and carry the flame of life and consciousness?
Scientists discovered traces of ancient life trapped inside a 2.5-billion-year-old ruby in Greenland, proving that life will always find a way.
Scientists found something weird in the inner solar system; a pair of dark red rocks seemingly covered in complex organic material.
Planets tilted on their axis may be more capable of sustaining life, according to new research presented at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference.
New research says binary star systems may be home to habitable, Earth-like planets, and that changes how we hunt for life in the cosmos.
Researchers with the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) made an unexpected and shocking discovery, finding several strange and potentially unknown marine life species living deep beneath the Antarctic ice.