• Question: do you think that we will find sources of life on other planets?

    Asked by ALEX TUCKETT to Delma, Simon, Andrew, Alex, Julia on 7 Dec 2015. This question was also asked by cjay_is_not_here, Sara, will, 764nch23.
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      Delma Childers answered on 7 Dec 2015:

      I think eventually we will. Hopefully we won’t need to go any further than our own solar system to find it (Mars!), but I think the odds are in our favour for there being a planet somewhere out there that can sustain life, for life to have developed independently there, and that eventually we’ll either confirm there is or once was life on another planet.

      What do you think, 693nch28?

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      Andrew Winnard answered on 10 Dec 2015:

      Morning Alex T and Cjay (who is not there 😛 )!

      Yes I do – if life happened here and we are finding lots of planets that are similar to ours, then the chance of one having life is pretty high 🙂

      So the question is, why haven’t we found or seen any? Here is a video all about this question: