Scientists Discover Key Life Ingredient on Saturn’s Moon

Scientists have discovered a key ingredient for life in Saturn’s small moon named Enceladus. The team of researchers led by Dr. Christopher Glein, discovered phosphorus in the form of phosphate in water erupting from the surface of the moon. The researchers said the phosphate discovered is hundred times higher than the quantity found in earth’s oceans.

Research Shows Moon Dust Can Reduce Global Warming

Global warming has increasingly become realized to be a global issue in the last few decades. Different mechanisms have been developed to counter the phenomenon. An interesting new study found that global warming can be reduced by firing moon dust into space. The moon dust could solve the problem of continuous temperature rise.

Brightest Comet K2 Is Passing By Earth Today

Grab your binoculars: A comet that has fascinated scientists for five years approaches its closest distance from Earth this week—and you might be able to catch a glimpse. There’s a chance of spotting the C/2017 K2 PANSTARRS comet, also called K2, on Thursday as it makes its final pass through the solar system, said David Jewitt, an Earth, planetary, and space sciences professor at the University of California, Los Angeles.