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  • ...disciplines of [[astronomy]], [[biology]], [[chemistry]], and [[geology]]. Astrobiology addresses three fundamental questions: How does life begin and evolve? Is Astrobiology requires fundamental concepts of life and habitable environments that will
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  • #REDIRECT [[Astrobiology]]
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  • ...astrobio.net/news/article1762.html Titan: Greenhouse and Anti-Greenhous] ''Astrobiology'' article on [[Titan]]'s very unusual greenhouse.
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  • * [http://issol.org/ ISSOL The International Astrobiology Society].
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  • [[Exobiology|Exobiologists]] and [[Astrobiology|astrobiologists]]<ref>Shapiro R. (2007). [http://www.edge.org/documents/archive/edge233 ...any life forms found outside of Earth. In the 1990s it got resurrected at astrobiology, which defined itself as the science that encompasses all life, past, pres
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  • ...disciplines of [[astronomy]], [[biology]], [[chemistry]], and [[geology]]. Astrobiology addresses three fundamental questions: How does life begin and evolve? Is Astrobiology requires fundamental concepts of life and habitable environments that will
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  • ...ttp://www.astrobiology.com/extreme.html Life in Extreme Environments]. The Astrobiology Web. A web portal, having the following subportals:
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  • ...]s, [[population]]s, [[species]], [[ecosystem]]s, the [[biosphere]], and [[astrobiology]]. Methodologically, biophysics employs a wide range of [[experiment]]al a
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  • Theoretical [[Physics|physicist]], [[Cosmology|cosmologist]], [[Atrobiology|astrobiologist]] and science popularizer, Paul Davies,<ref>[http://cosmos.asu.edu/ Paul ...of this article:] Paul Davies is a physicist in the Australian Centre for Astrobiology, Macquarie University, Sydney, and author of The Origin of Life (Penguin,
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  • ...es efforts to include such less-well-known groups within the agency as the Astrobiology Program, and to collect the oral histories of women in NASA.
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  • :*Carol Cleland of [[NASA]]’s [http://nai.arc.nasa.gov/ Astrobiology Institute] suggests that scientists are not really interested in what the ...110704323175124 Many Chemistries Could Be Used to Build Living Systems.] ''Astrobiology'' 4(2):137-167.
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  • * [[Astrobiology]]: the study of the advent and evolution of biological systems in the univ ...le236.html | title = Complex Life Elsewhere in the Universe? | publisher = Astrobiology Magazine | language = English | accessdate = 2006-08-12 }}</ref><ref>{{cit
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  • ...r system| work=University of York| url=http://www.oso.chalmers.se/~michael/astrobiologi-2003/j.1468-4004.2000.00012.x.pdf ...e web|year=1998|title=Long-term Evolution of the Zodiacal Cloud|url=http://astrobiology.arc.nasa.gov/workshops/1997/zodiac/backman/IIIc.html|accessdate=2007-02-03
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  • ...viddarling.info/encyclopedia/A/archaea.html Archaea at The Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, & Spaceflight]
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  • ...110704323175124 Many Chemistries Could Be Used to Build Living Systems.] ''Astrobiology'' 4(2):137-167. .../10.1007/978-3-642-11274-4_963 Metabolism (Biological)]. ''Encyclopedia of Astrobiology''. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.</ref></p>
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  • | title = Third European Workshop on Exo-Astrobiology
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  • **Astrobiology Field Laboratory (Planned for 2016)
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  • ...l life]] to [[Synthetic life|synthetic life]], and to the possibility of [[Astrobiology|extraterrestrial life]].<ref>'''Etymology''' The word 'Biology', formed fo
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  • ...>s experiments were thus the first ever controls in the newborn science of astrobiological remote sensing.
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  • ...fo/encyclopedia/S/SyrtisMajor.html|title=Syrtis Major|work=Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy & Spaceflight|accessdate=June 13|accessyear=2006}}</ref>
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