Liquid water has been found on Mars for the first time. The underground lake is 20 kilometers in diameter, and lies 1.5 kilometers beneath the south pole of the Red Planet. This finding greatly increases the chance of finding primitive life on Mars, although complex life is unlikely to be found there, due to the harsh conditions.Read More Eureka! Liquid Water Discovered on Mars!
Dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid impact 66 million years ago. But, new research suggests plankton and other animals returned to the impact site just a few years after the cataclysmic event. Within 30,000 years, the region was teeming with life. Other areas of the Earth took up to 300,000 years to recover from the collision. Researchers are questioning how life recovered so quickly near the impact site.Read More Life Returned Quickly After Dinosaurs were Wiped Out by an Asteroid
When alien life is discovered, will people panic, or greet the news in a positive manner? A new study may provide the answer.Read More Will People Panic When We Find Alien Life? A New Study Reveals the Answer