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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Astrobiology"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Astrobiology: the study of the advent and evolution of biological systems in the universe.
  2. Astrobiology is a visionary new science that searches for life in space by combining the disciplines of astronomy, biology and geology. (Web site)
  3. Astrobiology is a relatively new science.
  4. Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and destiny of life in the universe.
  5. Astrobiology is a science that search the origin and evolution of the Universe and of the living beings on other planets out from Earth.

Biology

  1. The field involves the convergence of astrobiology, sociobiology and evolutionary biology.
  2. McKay, C. P. & Marinova, M. 2001, -The physics, biology and environmental ethics of making Mars habitable-, Astrobiology, vol.

Solar System

  1. Another active research area in astrobiology is solar system formation. (Web site)
  2. They stipulate that astrobiology is the search for earth-like life outside of our solar system. (Web site)
  3. Research in Astrobiology attempts to search for habitable or inhabited environments beyond the Solar System. (Web site)
  4. This book is a collection of papers that discuss different aspects of astrobiology and life in our solar system. (Web site)

Astrobiology

  1. Astrobiology: Exploring the Living Universe ( NASA). Astrobiologists study organisms that exist in theory only.
  2. Research in Astrobiology attempts to search for habitable or inhabited environments beyond the Solar System. (Web site)
  3. Astrobiology brings together researchers through the dissemination of original research, hypothesis, education articles, and reviews.
  4. The new science of astrobiology : from genesis of the living cell to evolution of intelligent behavior in the universe by Julian Chela-Flores. (Web site)
  5. A particular focus of current astrobiology research is the search for life on Mars.

Search

  1. A particular focus of current astrobiology research is the search for life on Mars.
  2. They stipulate that astrobiology is the search for earth-like life outside of our solar system. (Web site)
  3. This is a very good database to search for articles on Astrobiology and related fields. (Web site)

Might

  1. Such evidence does not exist with Astrobiology, save for an asteroid segment which is believed to have fossilized Martian microbes.
  2. Biologist Jack Cohen and mathematician Ian Stewart, amongst others, consider xenobiology separate from astrobiology for this reason. (Web site)
  3. DM: We might think of astrobiology as the natural evolution of exobiology.
  4. But that might not be the entire story, says Jesus Martinez-Frias at the Centre for Astrobiology, Madrid, and his colleagues.

Life

  1. In the broad sense, Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution and fate of life in the cosmos.
  2. The life and death of planet earth : how the new science of astrobiology charts the ultimate fate of our world by Peter D. Ward, Donald Brownlee. (Web site)
  3. Tags: SETI, fermi paradox, drake equation, origin of life, astrobiology, astrosociobiology, cosmology, life on other planets, singularity. (Web site)

Homepage

  1. The debate is part of the Astrobiology Science Conference, which will be held at NASA Ames from March 28 through April 1.
  2. This is NASA’s homepage for astrobiology. (Web site)

Astrobiology Magazine

  1. The emerging field of astrobiology has brought an interdisciplinary approach to the Fermi paradox and the question of extraterrestrial life. (Web site)
  2. Astrochemistry: from Astronomy to Astrobiology provides a clear and concise introduction to this rapidly evolving multidisciplinary subject. (Web site)
  3. Lunine describes his book as "a comprehensive treatment of astrobiology for upper level undergraduate students and beginning graduate students".
  4. It is the subject of astrobiology, and its existence remains theoretical. (Web site)
  5. Astrobiology seeks to expand our understanding of the most fundamental environmental requirements for habitability. (Web site)

Xenobiology

  1. The putative study and theorisation of ET life is known as astrobiology or xenobiology.
  2. The study and theorization of extraterrestrial life is known as astrobiology, exobiology or xenobiology.
  3. Biologist Jack Cohen and mathematician Ian Stewart, amongst others, consider xenobiology separate from astrobiology for this reason. (Web site)

Deal

  1. Astrobiology is playing an increasing role in a wide variety of NASA programs. (Web site)
  2. To help evaluate the NAI, NASA asked the NRC to review progress made by the Institute in developing the field of astrobiology. (Web site)
  3. Although some have thought a formal degree program in astrobiology unlikely[2], the University of Glamorgan, UK, started just such a degree in 2006.
  4. The Astrobiology Journal published the abstracts which are viewable online. (Web site)
  5. It contains a great deal of information about Astrobiology and associated research at NASA. (Web site)

Nasa

  1. Astrobiology is at present a largely speculative extrapolation of Earth conditions into off-Earth environments.
  2. Such evidence does not exist with astrobiology, save for an asteroid segment which is believed to have fossilized Martian microbes.
  3. Michael Meyer , the senior scientist for astrobiology at NASA and program scientist on the Mars Odyssey Mission.
  4. Origins Project (from NASA). Program description, news, featured articles, missions, science, technology, astrobiology, educators resources, library.
  5. Goal 7 of the NASA Astrobiology Roadmap states: "Determine how to recognize signatures of life on other worlds and on early Earth.

Exploration

  1. At UW-Parkside, chemistry professor Vera Kolb leads the exploration in the school's astrobiology research program.
  2. Farmer is a professor of geological sciences in ASUs School of Earth and Space Exploration, where he heads the astrobiology program.

Research

  1. Research and theory in this regard is a component of planetary science and the emerging discipline of astrobiology.
  2. Thus, this article can only give an overview of Astrobiology rather than covering all the latest research findings.
  3. The space agency is expected to cut its budget for astrobiology research by half, however, so SETI in October announced a new private fundraising campaign.
  4. This NASA Astrobiology Roadmap outlines these multiple pathways for research and exploration and indicates how they might be prioritized and coordinated. (Web site)

Geology

  1. Astrobiology Astrobiology is the study of life in space, combining aspects of astronomy, biology and geology. (Web site)
  2. Astrobiology represents a synthesis of disciplines, – from astronomy to zoology, from ecology to molecular biology, and from geology to genomics.

Evolution

  1. The diversionist and convergionist schools of evolution are equally speculative as are the basic assumptions of both astrobiology and xenobiology.
  2. Such research will help to understand better the link between molecular evolution and Chemistry that is central to Astrobiology. (Web site)

Speculative

  1. The diversionist and convergionist schools of evolution are equally speculative as are the basic assumptions of both astrobiology and xenobiology.
  2. Astrobiology is at present a largely speculative extrapolation of Earth conditions into off-Earth environments.

Disciplines

  1. Research and theory in this regard is a component of planetary science and the emerging discipline of astrobiology.
  2. NAI astrobiology is, then, a macro-system focused discipline. (Web site)

Funding

  1. Critics of astrobiology may prefer that federal funding remain dedicated towards searching for unknown species in our own terrestrial biosphere. (Web site)
  2. He plans to do a PhD in astrobiology, his secondary interest, which he thinks will be more attractive to funding sources.

Earth

  1. David Darling A lucid and surprisingly accurate introduction to the field of astrobiology and a thoughtful response to the Rare Earth hypothesis. (Web site)
  2. The life and death of planet earth : how the new science of astrobiology charts the ultimate fate of our world by Peter D. Ward, Donald Brownlee. (Web site)

Universe

  1. The NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) engages in government-funded xenobiologic study of the living universe. (Web site)
  2. Astrobiology: Exploring the Living Universe ( NASA). Astrobiologists study organisms that exist in theory only.
  3. The new science of astrobiology : from genesis of the living cell to evolution of intelligent behavior in the universe by Julian Chela-Flores. (Web site)

Institute

  1. Scientists at the SETI Institute have been doing astrobiology research for more that two decades. (Web site)
  2. But Sunday, he will fly to the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute on the West Coast to study astrobiology. (Web site)

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