Looks like one of Jupiter's moons could be the next great frontier in the search for extraterrestrial life.
A lot of people have claimed they can prove aliens are real over the years, but very often those people are just self-proclaimed experts with no real evidence.
We're trying all sorts of things these days to dig up evidence of extraterrestrial life. We're sending out probes, building new telescopes and testing new detection methods, but one scientific team thinks we've been looking in the wrong places. If we really want to prove aliens exist, we need to look for hairspray. Well, sort of.
It's the news that every sci-fi nerd longs to hear—extraterrestrial life has been discovered. It may not guarantee spaceships, transporters or adventures in a galaxy far, far away, but confirmation that there's some kind of life out there makes it all appear possible. And now, it seems, we may stand on the precipice of that great discovery.