There could be exotic life hidden on Pluto's subsurface ocean, a kind of life different to what mankind perceived it to be according to a new study.
A recent study suggests that Pluto’s “icy heart” may have been formed earlier in Pluto’s history and that its features are caused by evolutionary processes.
Is there life on Pluto? A new study says that Pluto's icy heart, Sputnik Planitia, could have a subsurface ocean beneath it that may be hiding alien life forms.
The existence of this could explain the gravitational anomaly that has been happening in the dwarf planet.
There could be subsurface oceans underneath Pluto's Icy heart and the oceans may have similar salinity as the Dead Sea.
New studies suggest that the plain and icy heart of Pluto called Sputnik Platum beats like a cosmic lava lamp. The reservoir of nitrogen-ice, when warmed up by the internal hear of Pluto melts and rises to the surface which makes the icy part appear beating.