To back their claims, researchers used data from seven US and Soviet probes and one orbiter mission from late 1970s and early 1980s.
Phosphorus is a vital building block of life as we know it and lightning strikes produce 110 and 11,000 kilogrammes of phosphorus a year.
A Million Steps for Love: Exhibition captures moments from a documentary on pilgrimage of 'love' to Jerusalem
The documentary takes the audience on a journey through the beautiful and barren landscape of Palestine and shares the message of love.
Two new books, by Stephen Alter and Hannah Mumby, shed light on humans' relationships with elephants
Are we to believe the sole identity of the elephant as a dangerous, temperamental beast, akin to tigers propounded as ‘maneaters’ by shikaris of yore? Two recently published books delve into these themes, though the approach is vastly different.
Now that we know life can exist in such conditions, now we need to find out how it evolved, its food chain and other related queries.
Instead of oxygen in its atmosphere like Earth, Titan has small amounts of methane, much like the early stages of our home world.
A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.
Europa has an ocean hidden beneath a thick shell of ice and has long has been viewed as a potential habitat for life, alongside Mars and Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
People living in highly walkable, mixed-age communities may reportedly live longer and reach their 100th birthday.
‘Feni Man’ Hansel Vaz is busy crafting a revolution.
This year, Jazzfest will see nine bands from seven countries take to the stage and electrify an otherwise nippy atmosphere during winters in Kolkata
The new finding fits neatly into current theories of how the Sun and the planets formed.
Phosphates which are originated in outer space which are essential ingredients for DNA-based life forms.
The new research indicates that many of the known planets may contain as much as 50 percent water.
During both periods, the Moon was spewing out large quantities of superheated volatile gases.
Large craters on Titan, are the prime locations to search for the building blocks of life.
Has the maximum lifespan for a human already been reached? Maybe not, said a study of Italian centenarians
Atul Kochhar, Kevin Spacey and social media apologies: Sorry is the hardest word, but sincerity is the key
To be ignorant and/or rude is a universal phenomenon, and it often gets the better of us on social media.
Bhayyu Maharaj, Anthony Bourdain and the rising suicide graph: Depression is a silent killer, but what can you do to help?
Depression creeps up silently from corners of your brain you didn't even know existed. It takes over your life before you even realise.