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How Do Tardigrades Survive Environmental Extremes?

How Do Tardigrades Survive Environmental Extremes? | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
How Do Tardigrades Survive Environmental Extremes? - Astrobiology http://t.co/lnVOh3je7U via @Astrobiology
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A Small Step Toward Discovering Habitable Planets

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A Small Step Toward Discovering Habitable Earths
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Evidence of extraterrestrial life?

Evidence of extraterrestrial life? | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Controversial astrobiologist Richard Hoover and his colleagues at the Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Buckingham have been making worldwide headlines for years due to their claims that scientist have already ...
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How did Multicelularity Evolve?

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How did Multicellularity Evolve? Astrobiology News (press release) In the beginning there were single cells.
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Lichen on Mars analog

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Astrobiology's study of life in the universe has much to say about how humans live sustainably on Earth.
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The Habitable Zone May Be 14 Times Wider Than We Thought

The Habitable Zone May Be 14 Times Wider Than We Thought | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
The Habitable Zone for Exoplanets May Be 14 Times Wider Than We Thought
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... to the moon. But they do demonstrate that life, uh, finds a way.
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Voyager 1 Officially Reaches Interstellar Space

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Astrobiology Top 10: Voyager 1 Officially Reaches Interstellar Space
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Astrobiology Top 10: Voyager 1 Officially Reaches Interstellar Space. Source: Johns Hopkins University press release.
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Water still flows on Mars

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Water still flows on Mars, potentially harboring life – and we need to be ...
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There are extremophiles that could possibly survive — so there is no guarantee that sterilization would actually work.
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Water Eruptions on Europa Mean that Conditions Are Ripe for Life

Water Eruptions on Europa Mean that Conditions Are Ripe for Life | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Water Eruptions on Europa Mean that Conditions Are Ripe for Life io9 Astrobiologists speculate about the potential for Europa to spawn extremophiles — microbial life capable of surviving the harshest of conditions.
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Acidic Rain: A Possible Cause of End-Permian Mass Extinction? - Astrobiology News (press release)

Acidic Rain: A Possible Cause of End-Permian Mass Extinction? - Astrobiology News (press release) | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Acidic Rain: A Possible Cause of End-Permian Mass Extinction?
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Surprising metals found in microbes

Surprising metals found in microbes | Astrobiology | Scoop.it

An enzime coordinated by lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium or neodymium.

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3.5 billion-year-old bacterial ecosystems found in Australia

3.5 billion-year-old bacterial ecosystems found in Australia | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Evidence of 3.5 billion-year-old bacterial ecosystems found in Australia EurekAlert (press release) This work was supported by the NSF Paleobiology and Sedimentary Geology program, NASA Astrobiology Institute, NASA Exobiology and Evolutionary...
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Role of Carbon in Extrasolar Planetary Geodynamics

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The Role of Carbon in Extrasolar Planetary Geodynamics and Habitability
Astrobiology News (press release)
he proportions of oxygen, carbon and major rock-forming elements (e.g. Mg, Fe, Si) determine a planet's dominant mineralogy.
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Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets

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Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets http://t.co/5YX83rjU2H #astrobiology #Space
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Planets More Hospitable Than Earth?

Planets More Hospitable Than Earth? | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Maybe in the short term, but not in an evolutionary sense. (RT @Acecentric: Could any planet be more hospitable to life than Earth?
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How to search for life in the solar system?

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How To Search For Life In The #SolarSystem http://t.co/PTxyRxYSpL #Space #Astrobiology #SETI #education
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Creatures frozen for 32000 years still alive

Creatures frozen for 32000 years still alive | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
... existence of microorganisms in these harsh environments suggests — but does not promise — that we might one day discover similar life forms in the glaciers or permafrost of Mars or in the ice crust and oceans of Jupiter's moon Europa,” said...
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Twitter / AntonioESerrano: Astrobiology in Atacama speech ...

Twitter / AntonioESerrano: Astrobiology in Atacama speech ... | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Astrobiology in Atacama speech picture.Last monday for Mining workers. Spreading Science to Chilean Citizens.Awesome¡ http://t.co/xvOiZcXdal
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Closer to the Origin of RNA

Closer to the Origin of RNA | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
New Study Brings Scientists Closer to the Origin of RNA Space Daily This research is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for Chemical Evolution under award number CHE-1004570, and the NASA Exobiology Program under award number...
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Exoplanet Hunter Satellite

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Stellar Extremophiles

ScienceCasts: Stellar Extremophiles - NASA - YouTube Video NASA ScienceCasts Playlist ► http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJqGwl5eDufW5-ZifnM39TTN-rxNci2... (I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://t.co/vk8ufcXciD...
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Alien life could be found within 10 years

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Alien life could be found within 10 years: Astrobiologists Zee News The hearing entitled 'Astrobiology: Search for Biosignatures in our Solar System and Beyond' was aimed to collect information on the state of astrobiology — the study of life's...
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The Red Edge and the Search for Alien Life 

The Red Edge and the Search for Alien Life  | Astrobiology | Scoop.it

Del como las Bacterias Púrpuras indigan signos de vida, más que las verde fotosintéticas de la actualidad.

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Outburst lights up Comet ISON

Outburst lights up Comet ISON | Astrobiology | Scoop.it
Get ready for a stellar show. The much-anticipated Comet ISON is now visible to the naked eye, according to reports from many observers.... (RT @DrFunkySpoon: Comet ISON now visible to the naked eye!
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Water on Moon's Surface Hints at Water Below

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Water on Moon's Surface Hints at Water Below
Astrobiology News (press release)
Scientists supported by NASA have detected water locked in mineral grains on the Moon. The findings hint at unknown water sources deep below the lunar surface.
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