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Jun 17, 2019
Indian researchers find heat-resistant bacteria that survived meteorite impactThe bacteria were found to grow in temperatures up to 60 degrees and in areas with high salt content.
Feb 27, 2019
NASA scientists recreate conditions that led to the origin of life on EarthThe study looks at how the building blocks of life can form in hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor.
Feb 21, 2019
Custom-made 'astrocomb' tool to help scientists hunt for exoplanets, alien lifeThe comb can help detect Earth-like planets 10 times more accurately than previously possible.
Jan 14, 2019
Space junk, astrobiology, law: Hottest space sciences that will explode in 20192019 will be big for all things space, going by the International Astronautical Congress this year.
Nov 27, 2018
Next big challenge in Indian space research is astrobiology: Former ISRO ChiefWhen we go to Mars, we will need to understand the changes that a body would undergo: Radhakrishnan.
Nov 12, 2018
ISRO looking at pool of ten microgravity experiments for Gaganyaan Mission 2022ISRO's proposed themes include medicine, sensors for medical devices, fluids & microbiology.
Nov 09, 2018
Lasers could be fashioned into beacons to attract space-faring aliens: StudyThe beam produced would be strong and distinguishable from the Sun’s light to alien astronomers.
Aug 01, 2018
What makes planets 'habitable' questioned, widening prospects of finding othersEarth's volcanoes are found at the border of tectonic plates, which scientists believed were necessary for life.
Apr 02, 2018
Clouds of Venus may possibly have alien life as scientists suggest microbes may have evolved on the planetThe surface conditions on the planet, however, are known to be inhospitable, with temperatures soaring above 450 degrees Celsius.
Nov 21, 2017
Space dust can transport living organisms between planets: StudyFast-moving flows of interplanetary dust that continually bombard our planets atmosphere could deliver tiny organisms from far-off worlds.