Life in Outer Space

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Life in Outer Space
The Solar Systerm
Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  October 25, 2018

Life forms in the most extreme conditions on Earth. Organisms can survive inside volcano craters, or adapt to the chilling temperatures of the Antarctic. But, thanks to recent space missions, we can now be certain that there are planets in the solar system that are habitable - and that life is likely to already exist. The first episode explores these findings, and uncovers the future missions planned to Mars, plus Jupiter and Saturn's Moons, explaining their intentions of determining life beyond our Solar System.

Life forms in the most extreme conditions on Earth. Organisms can survive inside volcano craters, or adapt to the chilling temperatures of the Antarctic. But, thanks to recent space missions, we can now be certain that there are planets in the solar system that are habitable - and that life is likely to already exist. The first episode explores these findings, and uncovers the future missions planned to Mars, plus Jupiter and Saturn's Moons, explaining their intentions of determining life beyond our Solar System.

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