How Common is Life in the Universe?

Sending a probe to Europa is perhaps one of the best scientific investments we could make, in terms of understanding our place in the universe. If the liquid ocean under the icy surface of Europa (a large moon of Jupiter) contains life, and that life is not directly related to life on Earth, then our evidence-based estimate of the density of life in the universe goes from “we have no idea” to “life is likely to be everywhere.”

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31-08-2015 19.23 | Door: Stommeling Jones | Categorie: Losse skakels, Wetenschap

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