In a new study published in the Astronomical Journal, researchers used the known population of exoplanets to set better thresholds for planetary effects on signals from ETIs (extraterrestrial intelligences). More at #365DaysOfAstro
On Earth, we understand how and where earthquakes happen due to the discovery of plate tectonics. Now we have largest recorded seismic event on Mars provided evidence for a different sort of tectonic origin — the release of stress within the Martian crust
Join us for an exclusive SETI Live event, as we take a first look at the next-generation telescope from Unistellar – the ODYSSEY.
Ask anyone interested in space science, and you will likely also find a person influenced in some way by science fiction. Lets join SETI Live to discuss about The Science Behind Sci-Fi Film and TV
Tune in to this week’s SETI Live broadcast, beamed directly from Devon Island in the High Arctic about the local geology and microbiology, and their relevance to the Moon and Mars.
The new year has begun, and it’s time to run down some of the space science to look forward to in 2024 including solar eclipse and SETI Institute’s 40th anniversary.
For our last SETI Live of 2023, senior astronomer Seth Shostak and communications specialist Beth Johnson have fun chatting about the “science” behind Santa’s overnight journey. How can he deliver presents so quickly? How do the reindeer fly? And just how did NORAD’s Santa Tracker come about?
The Apollo missions showed scientists that the craters on the Moon were from impacts rather than volcanoes. But recents discovery shows that volcano Compton-Belkovich glowed in the microwave. More bout it at #365DaysOfAstro
Up until now, the quest to find evidence of active volcanism on other worlds has been limited to our own solar system. With the advent of the JWST era, however, more possibilities have opened up.
Exoplanet discoveries have been piling up faster and faster over the last decade. With the addition of JWST’s capabilities, previously discovered exoplanets are now being analyzed for their atmospheric composition, and the results are intriguing. Today SETI Live discuss about exoplanet K2-18 b that was found to contain carbon dioxide and methane