Monday, December 14, 2009

Determining potential for habitable environments on giant giants’ moons and how the Drake Equation stacks up today

Welcome! "Alien Life" tracks the latest discoveries and thoughts in the various elements of the famous Drake Equation. Here's today's news:
g Stars - Astronomers have spotted a potential Type Ia supernova in our own galaxy, a ticking time bomb about 25,000 light years away. See article.
g Abodes - Two new studies have shed some light on a centuries-old mystery surrounding Saturn's moon Iapetus. The studies also provide new information about the Saturn system and how the moons and rings of the giant planet interact. This is important in determining the potential for habitable environments on moons around giant planets. See article.
g Message - In 1961 the Drake Equation launched the search for other civilizations among the stars. How does it look today? What is the chance of finding aliens? See article.
g Aftermath - What are the theological implications of a universe willed with many intelligent beings from many other worlds? See article.

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