Astronomers and geoscientists have joined forces using data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) to find out what makes a rocky planet Earth-like
Venus may have once been habitable, NASA says
The hostile world may have had a shallow liquid-water ocean and habitable surface temperatures
Solar storms stripped early Mars of ‘habitable environment’
The cause of the transition of the Martian climate from an early, warm and wet environment to the cold, arid planet it is today has been revealed
What is the deadliest planet in the Solar System?
Which of the eight planets is the most hostile?
Case closed! Astronomers solve atmospheric mystery
Could the physics behind the Earth’s “weird” atmosphere assist in the search for life on other worlds?
Ten reasons why NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will kick some cosmic butt
Here are ten amazing facts about the JWST that you might not have known.
Spotted! New worlds thriving in deadly star cluster
Data from NASA’s troubled Kepler Space Telescope has revealed more evidence that planets can survive in chaotic and hostile environments thanks to its discovery of two new worlds sneaking across their stars in a star cluster.