Have We Found Life On Pluto? Nasa’s Unexplained Files


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Have We Found Life On Pluto? Nasa’s Unexplained Files

Have We Found Life On Pluto?  Nasa’s Unexplained Files

Pluto, along with many other dwarf planets in the outer solar system, is often thought of as dark, icy and barren – with a surface temperature of just -382 degrees Fahrenheit (-230 degrees Celsius). But now a new study, published in Nature Geoscience, suggests that the body has had a warm interior ever since it formed, and may still have a liquid, internal ocean under its icy crust.

It could mean that other sizable icy dwarf planets may have had early internal oceans too, with some possibly persisting today. This is exciting, as where there’s warm water, there could be life.


Scientists uncover incredible pictures of Pluto showing that something might be moving across its surface.


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