8 Examples of Possible Life on Other Planets and Moons in Our Solar System


Like Europa, Saturn’s moon Enceladus has an icy crust with water underneath. At the moment, the spacecraft Cassini has taken photos of water sprouts and vapor coming from the moon. The spacecraft has documented 100-plus geysers.


Mars is covered mostly by reddish-brown dirt that contains 2 percent water. Over the years, NASA has come to believe that life could be at the north and south poles of the planet. These areas are cold but have the most water on the planet.