Three other worlds in the solar system appear to have features that would allow life to develop: Mars, Jupiter's icy moon Europa, and Titan. The best bet may not be what you think.
March 24, 2006
|When scientists speculate about the possibility of life on other worlds in our solar system, Mars and Europa top the list. But, despite the cold, Titan should be considered a contender. In fact, finding life on this strange saturnian moon may be more likely than finding it anywhere else.|
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