Discussion group: Extra-terrestrial life in our solar system?

As Thanksgiving approaches, we might be feeling especially thankful for the rarity of life and our beautiful planet.  But is life on our planet really that unique? Could extant extra-terrestrial life be as close as Europa or Enceladus – or even Mars?

Join us as we discuss the possibility of extraterrestrial life in our Solar System, focusing on Mars and the icy moons Europa and Enceladus. Led by UW Astrobiology grad student Max Showalter, we’ll discuss how to find life in our solar system, where to look, and what it would mean for our lives here on Earth. The hunt for extra-terrestrial life begins at Ada’s Technical Books (425 E 15th Str) Wednesday, Nov 25th at 730 PM.

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