In addition to the confirmed data about Enceladus and Europe, scientists suspect the availability of water for another ten small objects in our solar system. The problem here is the same: the water may be hidden under the mantle of the planet.
In addition, Saturn's largest moon, Titan, is the only object in the solar system, where the lakes are located on the surface. Here, however, life similar to our life cannot be conceived, as these lakes are not made of water, but of liquid titanium. However, earlier this year, scientists at Cornell Research Center have shown that life can exist in the methane, oxygen-free basis.
It is possible that life, though, may arise only in conditions similar to earth. That would mean only one thing: the only chance to discover the aliens exists only outside our solar system. In July last year, the researchers found the planet very similar to Earth, at a distance of 1,400 light years. Its size, orbit, sun, and even the age are the same as our conditions. Thus, there is no difficulty to the emergence of life on the surface of this planet.
Many people quite reasonably ask: if there are extraterrestrial civilizations, then why we haven't heard about them yet? Astronomers have the answer to this question. The fact that the Milky Way is not the most suitable place for life. But several others have already discovered galaxy could conceivably contain more than 10,000 Earth-like planets.
We and our surroundings created from heavy atoms, born as a result of explosions of supermassive stars. This not only connects us with the universe, but also highlights the possibility of extraterrestrial life. At least one famous astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is confident in it. Recently he published work on this topic which has become a hit among the scientific community.