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Life in Our Solar System

Life in the extremes
Microbes can survive in the most hostile and inhospitable environments. Might similar places in our solar system be able to support them too?

Why are scientists interested in Mars?
Why are scientists interested in Mars? Four scientists talk about why they are interested in the red planet, and how they plan to get there.

Robot pioneers
Rover missions to Mars send back tantalising glimpses about the planet, and search for clues as to whether it was ever capable of supporting life.

What lies under the ice of Europa?
Could Jupiter’s icy moon Europa support life in its vast oceans?

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