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Mysteries of Deep Space: The Pulse of Alien Life
This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning view of what the world is like up there.
This series has been presented on the Science Channel.
Mysteries of Deep Space: Part 6 of 6.
To find other life in our solar system, we may have to prospect for it. Our destinations: Mars and Europa, one of Jupiters moons. Beneath Europas crust, scientists believe, is an ocean of volcanically heated mud — just the kind of environment that can spawn primitive microbes. The turbulence churning below is written across a veneer of ice. Europas surface is rent with fractures. The spacecraft Galileo recently sent back images of a zone, bulging with spill-over from the moon’s roiling interior. If life exists here, then who can doubt it also has emerged in the universe beyond?