NASA released a catalogue of Kepler telescope mission. Part of the catalogue is the 219 planet candidates and 10 of which are considered near-Earth like in size and are seen orbiting within the habitable zone.
Kepler detects 10 new Earth-like exoplanets within their host star's habitable zone.
A newly discovered super-Earth has its own atmosphere and can hold water in all different phases.
New information from NASA's Cassini mission reveals that a form of chemical energy that could support alien life is found in Saturn's moon Enceladus. The space agency is determined to protect the moon from contamination by destroying its Cassini spacecraft.
NASA is planning on sending a manned mission to Venus' orbit. The mission will serve as a training ground for the mission to Mars.
A tiny planet called Super Earth K2-3d was discovered by NASA's Kepler K2 mission. It is believe to be in the habitable zone that makes it a potential site to harbor alien life.
Proxima B most likely to be an ocean planet just like Earth, suggesting that the exoplanet could be habitable.
There could be another Earth. ESO announced that they have found a clear evidence that a planet orbits the nearest star from Earth and it has a suitable temperature to hold liquid water.
Did ESO find another Earth? The European Southern Observatory will hold a press conference that could have the potential to finally put an end to the rumors and speculations saying that there is a new habitable body found near Earth.
Scientists have found an Earth-like planet orbiting Proxima Centauri a few light-years away from Earth.
Experts identified the top 20 exoplanets that can potentially hold water and possibly, alien life.
Scientists listed 20 exoplanets from NASA’s Kepler mission that are likely to be second earth.
Two of the newfound alien planets spotted by the Kepler space telescope are likely capable of supporting life.
A giant Tatooine planet, 11 times larger than Earth with two suns, has been discovered. Kepler-1647b is a gaseous planet sitting in a habitable zone, which makes its surrounding moons possible areas for alien life.
Researchers at Cornell University said that in order to find habitable zones in the galaxy, scientists should look at expanding red and old stars because they are capable of thawing icy and frozen moons and planets. Once thawed, they can now have the capability to retain water and eventually enable life to thrive.