Nature & Science

Alien life could exist on Saturn’s moon Enceladus

A new scientific discovery suggests that chemical reactions on the sea floor of Saturn’s moon Enceladus could mean there are enough energy sources to support life.The surface of Enceladus is covered by between 18 to 24 miles of thick clean ice, making it one of the most reflective bodies in the solar system. However, centred…

Two billion years ago, snowball Earth was defrosted in huge asteroid crash – and it’s been downhill ever since

Space prang raised temperatures, melted glaciers, influenced climate, next thing we know: we’re sharing AI-filtered selfies on Insta Yarrabubba crater … thanks for nothing Pic Scientists studying minerals in the Yarrabubba crater in Western Australia have confirmed the giant pit was formed when an asteroid struck Earth 2.229 billion years ago, making it the oldest…