Swiss Government Scientist Says We May Be on…

Key idea:  A scientist employed by the government of Switzerland has made a bold prediction about the discovery of alien life — and his reasoning seems pretty compelling. Original author and publication date: Noor Al-Sibai…

The Potential of Biomaterials for Human Space Exploration

Key idea:  Biomaterials that aid human systems are a relatively new field. Original author and publication date: Dylan Taylor (Voyager Space Holdings) - September 15, 2022 Futurizonte Editor's Note: Just to know: "Biomaterials are objects,…

It’s a Planet: New Evidence of Baby Planet…

Key idea:  Astronomers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian have developed a new way to detect these elusive newborn planets — and with it, “smoking gun” evidence of a small Neptune or…

Space agriculture boldly grows food where no one…

Key idea:  As access to space increases, the potential for terrestrial benefits directly tied to space exploration grow exponentially. Original author and publication date: Ajwal Dsouza & Thomas Graham - September 10, 2022 Futurizonte Editor's…

We May Never Know How Vast the Multiverse…

Key idea:  In fact, recent scientific research suggests that life in the universe is rare. Original author and publication date: Alan Lightman - September 8, 2022 Futurizonte Editor's Note: So, it seems that life is…

The sands of Mars are green as well…

Key idea:  Geological discoveries hint at conditions when life arose on Earth – and possibly on Mars Original author and publication date: Purdue University - August 26, 2022 Futurizonte Editor's Note: The sands of Mars…

An extrasolar world covered in water?

Key idea: An international team of researchers has announced the discovery of TOI-1452 b, an exoplanet that could be an “ocean planet,” a planet completely covered by a thick layer of water, similar to some…