Today’s stories include Earth’s algae and moss could survive under the light of another star to Ancient stars of the Milky Way’s center confirmed, and much more.
“NASA’s ENIGMA (Evolution of Nanomachines In Geospheres and Microbial Ancestors) research team,” evolutionary biologist Paul Falkowski told The Daily Galaxy, “is focused on answering a single, compelling question in astrobiology: How did proteins evolve to become the predominant catalysts of life on Earth?
Today’s stories include New Exoplanet Water World Detected to The Strange Case of Eyeball Planets to Is Dark Matter Self-Interacting, and much more.
Not all stars are like the sun, a yellow class G star. M-Type stars like Trappist 1 comprise 70% of all stars in the Universe. These cool, ancient objects glow a deep red from a high output of infrared radiation and exist 46-700 billion or more years, according to Mathew Anderson, author of Habitable Exoplanets: Red Dwarf Systems Like TRAPPIST-1.
Today’s stories include Ten Possible Alien Technosignatures to What Would Magnetic Monopoles Mean for our Universe? and much more.
Today’s stories include Extraterrestrial Life –Is Earth the ‘Standard Model’ for the Universe? to The Radio-Wave Mystery That Changed Astronomy to NASA’s UFO Study Isn’t Really Looking for Space Aliens, and much more.