Today’s bite explores the landing site selection process for Dragonfly, an upcoming rotorcraft mission to Saturn’s moon Titan
You may have heard of the Fermi Paradox, but have you heard of the Red Sky Paradox? Statistics argue that unless common red dwarf star systems are less habitable, it’s pretty unusual that we orbit a sun-like star.
Anomalous radar reflections, thought to be evidence of liquid water under the ice on Mars, may instead be explained by multiple layers of even more ice.
A new two-layer model of radar scattering seeks to explain the unique properties of various terrains on Saturn’s largest moon.
Many present and near-future technologies can enable refined searches for so-called technosignatures, potentially providing evidence of extraterrestrial life in the universe.