Scientists are testing technologies to one day explore the lakes of Titan.
Scientists have discovered a type of bacteria that thrives on poisonous arsenic, opening up a new pathway for life on Earth and other planets.
A team of NASA scientists is headed to Antarctica to test new tools and methods for the next mission to the Martian arctic.
Scientists practicing astrobiology search methods are studying whether odd formations in a Canadian lake are the result of biological organisms or chemical processes.
Astrobiology Magazine's Henry Bortman is in the field with the scientists of the Pavilion Lake Research Project (PLRP) in British Columbia, Canada.
Scientists and astronauts will use single-seater submarines to dive into Canada's Pavilian Lake to practice hone life-hunting skills for use on other planets.
Saturn's giant moon Titan is so cold that water is frozen as hard as granite, but methane is a liquid. Scientists wonder whether there could also be life.
Scientists from NASA and the Canadian Space Agency are using Pavilion Lake as a testing ground for the future human exploration of other worlds.
An underwater vehicle tests an ice-covered lake in Antarctica to prepare for future Europa missions.