Scientists have come up with a way to find planets capable of supporting dinosaur-like extraterrestrial creatures.
The planet, known as Wasp-107b, was recently revealed by the James Webb Space Telescope.
The James Webb Space Telescope's latest discovery is significant, but have we really found life on an alien world ?
The newly discovered world, which is 41 light-years away, is almost exactly the same size as the Earth.
Situated 40 light-years away, this hellish terrestrial world is like nothing found in our own solar system.
Astronomers have announced that they have identified a relatively nearby exoplanet with the potential to host alien life.
Scientists have identified a relatively nearby exoplanet that appears to be made up almost entirely of water.
Two astrophysicists explore the possibilities of using the new telescope to analyze the atmospheres of extrasolar planets.
A new study has suggested that extraterrestrials could hitch a ride across the cosmos on rogue extrasolar worlds.
A theoretical new type of telescope could make it possible to obtain close-up views of extrasolar worlds.
Over the last 30 years, scientists have succeeded in identifying a staggering 5,000 planets in distant solar systems.
Astronomers have identified a new extrasolar planet that is thought to be comprised of more than 80% iron.
Some extrasolar worlds are so large and so hot that they experience weather like nothing seen on Earth.
Scouring the cosmos for evidence of extraterrestrial life is going to be a major priority in the coming decades.
Scientists searching for life-bearing exoplanets have identified a new class of potentially habitable world.
Astronomers have identified an extrasolar planet that appears to have regenerated its own atmosphere.
Astronomers have discovered what could be an indication of a previously undiscovered extrasolar world.
Astronomers have identified a nearby extrasolar world that is not only terrestrial in nature, but also ancient.
A new NASA study has revealed just how many potentially habitable worlds there are in our galaxy.
Other stars may be able to host more than our own solar system's solitary habitable world, a new study suggests.