Is there alien life out there in the universe? Can we really be alone in the cosmos? Hear from leading NASA and ESA scientists about humanity’s first steps in the search for life elsewhere. The first and most likely points of call within our own solar system are Jupiter’s moon Europa, and Saturn’s moon Enceladus. This one day conference sought to discuss the investigation, strategies and challenges ahead for exploration of the oceans of these far off worlds.
The conference took place on 11th July 2015 at the Dickson Poon Lecture Theatre, St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford.
There are 13 lectures, a group discussion video, a series of short, summary interviews with the live presenters, and a short compilation video which asked the question of whether we’ll find alien life in the 21st Century.