Nitrogen-Based Life Might Swim On Saturn's Largest Moon
Researchers at Cornell University theorize life might exist on Saturn’s largest moon as nitrogen-based organisms.By Evan Thomas | February 28, 2015
Here’s a theory for finding extraterrestrial life: look for stuff that doesn’t resemble organisms on Earth.
A team of researchers at Cornell University in New York have proposed a new model for living organisms, which could explain how something might live on the surface of Titan.
That’s Saturn’s largest moon. NASA says it’s a good candidate for extraterrestrial life, but anything that does live there isn’t going to look like life here on Earth.