Mission Status (Last Call) Join us at a luncheon celebration to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of Landing on the Moon (July 20, 1969) and 30 Years (1981-2011) of Supporting Space Shuttle missions.
by Will Parker Scientists conducting a series of experiments on the International Space Station say that some micro-organisms can survive for long periods exposed to the hostile environment of outer space. The findings, published in the Astrobiology Journal, lend weight to the concept of panspermia, where life on Earth emerged […]
Sounds exciting, but we’re skeptical so far. POLONNARUWA METEORITE WITH EVIDENCE OF LIFE FROM OUTER SPACE DESCRIBED THE MOST IMPORTANT FIND IN 500 YEARS Posted on January 13th, 2013 by Walter Jayawardhana A meteorite that Landed recently, close to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka has been described […]
Still more compelling evidence: Other than its unfortunate headline, “We’re all aliens… how humans began life in outer space“, this new article from Steve Connor at The Independent is a compendium of a few of the highlights of our favorite subject here at CosmicSeed. Rather than being an announcement about […]
By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent | Oct 9, 2010 Frozen water on asteroids may be more common than previously thought, according to new research that will help to support the idea they might have carried the key ingredient for life to the Earth. Water ice and organic molecules that help […]
Could life on Earth as we know it have come from outer space? New research from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists shows that comets that crashed into Earth millions of years ago could have produced amino acids – the building blocks of life. Amino acids are critical to life and […]