Was the 1977 'Wow!' signal communications from an alien civilization? Or was it interference from a passing comet? In 2017, we may finally have an answer.
Hawking said it's not likely that scientists will find intelligent alien life in the next 20 years. But he had one caveat.
In the face of an alien invasion threat, we may be able to hide our entire planet through an intriguing use of lasers.
California-based SETI Institute plans to expand a hunt for radio signals broadcast by extraterrestrial civilizations by scanning red dwarf stars, which are older and smaller than stars like the sun.
The identification of core genes needed for life may not only spill secrets of how biology got its start on Earth, but also shed light on the hunt for life beyond the planet.
A correlation is found between when methane plumes appear on Mars and when the planet passes through remnants of a comet.
To receive a message from an intelligent alien civilization, we have to be looking in the right place at the right time; how can we maximize our chances?
Our fascination with the possibility of intelligent life on other planets is boundless. With so many stars out there, so many galaxies, we're just sure "they" are out there! Er, there's just one nagging question: Where the heck ARE they?
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