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Earth is not the planet with the Most Amount of Water in our Solar System

Earth is not the planet with the Most Amount of Water in our Solar System

If you think Earth is the luckiest place of our solar system in terms of water quantity, you surely need to reconsider as it is not true. The presence of liquid water is probably the most essential commodity for the existence of life. It is a primary criterion that needs to be fulfilled in order…

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Signs of Water on Jupiter’s moon Europa

Signs of Water on Jupiter’s moon Europa

A research adds a lot of weight to the claims that water plumes exist on Europa. As water is a vital ingredient for supporting life, scientists are searching for its traces in different parts of the universe. Europa, a Moon of Jupiter, is one of the main contenders for fostering life in our solar system.…

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Final Images from Cassini

Final Images from Cassini

NASA released final images of the Cassini mission.   The Cassini mission went exactly as NASA planned. After a 13-years tour of the Saturn system Cassini has managed to deliver us the most awaited images all over the world. Finale Ringscape “Goodbye Kiss” of Titan Infrared Image of the Impact Site Impact Site: Cassini’s Final Image…

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ENCELADUS: EVIDENCE OF LIFE ON SATURN’S ICY MOON

ENCELADUS: EVIDENCE OF LIFE ON SATURN’S ICY MOON

NASA researchers claim on a press conference that they have discovered an essential element for life on Enceladus,  Saturn’s moon: Hydrogen. This would mean a possible existence of extraterrestrial life. The Cassini evidence, which we discuss about in this article, detected hydrogen in Enceladus’s hydrothermal holes. “We are getting closer to discover a place that contains…

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