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Nov 01, 2018
Milky Way and its iconic halo forged by a cosmic collision 10 billion years agoThe merger with a galaxy quarter its size created the Milky Way's halo of stars & thick disk.
Aug 15, 2018
NASA to send submarine to Antarctica looking for temperature-resistant lifeIt will look at vents on the seafloor, where some heat-tolerant bacteria & worms have thrived
Mar 01, 2018
Saturn's icy moon Enceladus could have conditons to host certain kind of microbial lifeThe team of researchers tested the microbes survival skills under roughly the same conditions that are present on Enceladus.
Jan 24, 2018
Are we alone in the universe? Astrobiologist Dr Henry Throop on aliens, finding Earth-like planetsHenry Throop says Saturn's moon Enceladus and Jupiter's moon Europa could be hospitable environments, and that potatoes could possibly be grown on Mars, like Matt Damon did in The Martian | #FirstCulture
Dec 22, 2017
NASA to send a mission to either a comet or to Saturn's moon Titan in the mid-2020'sWhich of these two NASA missions will finally make it will be known only in 2019.
Sep 26, 2017
NASA releases image of a brightly lit crescent on Enceladus captured by the Cassini mission to SaturnEnceladus has all the ingredients required to support life, and is one of the reasons why Cassini was burned up in the Saturnian atmosphere.
Sep 15, 2017
You can watch NASA's Cassini make its 'Grand Finale' dive into Saturn's atmosphere later today: Here's howThe Cassini mission was launched in 1997 as a joint venture between NASA, ESA and the ASI. It's been orbiting Saturn since 2004.
Sep 14, 2017
Nasa's 13-year old mission Cassini-Huygens mission to take its final dive into Saturn on 15 SeptemberCassini's final manoeuvres begin at 0714 GMT on Friday, although the signal will only reach Nasa 86 minutes later.
Sep 12, 2017
NASA releases images of Cassini's final observations of the water jets on EnceladusNASA has released a movie made from images captured during Cassini's final observations of the plumes of water on the Saturnian moon, Enceladus.
Sep 11, 2017
Cassini set for final dive towards Saturn on 15 September; imaging cameras to send photos of Titan and EnceladusNasa's robotic spacecraft Cassini that has been orbiting Saturn for 13 years is set for a final dive towards the planet and burn up in its atmosphere in a "grand finale" after it flies past Titan