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  1. The Astrobiology Primer: An Outline of General Knowledge—Version 1, 2006

    24 Apr 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Lucas J. Mix, John C. Armstrong, Avi Mandell, Annika C. Mosier, Jason Raymod, Sean N. Raymond, Frank J. Stewart, Kaspar von Braun, Olga Zhaxybayeva, Linda Billings, Vyllinniskii Cameron, Mark Claire, Greg J. Dick, Shawn D Domagal-Goldman, Emmanuelle J. Javaux, Orion J. Johnson, Chris Laws, Margaret S. Race, Jon Rask, John D. Rummel, Rachel T. Schelble, Steve Vance

    Available at: Astrobiology, the study of life as a planetary phenomenon, aims to understand the fundamental nature of life on earth and the possibility of life elsewhere. To achieve this goal, astrobiologists have initiated …

  2. Astrobiology: The Story of our Search for Life in the Universe

    19 Apr 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Mary Voytek, Aaron Lee Gronstal, Linda Billings

    Produced by the NASA Astrobiology Program, the series began in 2010 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Exobiology and Astrobiology at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Issue 1 traces the roots of Astrobiology from early cave paintings, through speculations of ancient Greek …

  3. NASA Astrobiology Roadmap 2008

    24 Apr 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): David John Des Marais, Joseph A. Nuth III, Louis J. Allamandola, Alan P. Boss, Jack D. Farmer, Tori M. Hoehler, Bruce M. Jakosky, Victoria Meadows, Andrew Pohorille, Bruce Runnegar, Alfred M. Spormann

    The NASA Astrobiology Roadmap provides guidance for research and technology development across the NASA enterprises that encompass the space, Earth, and biological sciences. The current version of the NASA Astrobiology Roadmap was developed in 2008 and was published in the journal …

  4. Exoplanet comet impacts

    30 Apr 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Michael Paine, Michael Paine

    This artilcle in Space Review speculates on the chance of detecting a large comet or asteroid impacting a rocky exoplanet. Averaged over millions of year, it is predicted that an impact occurs every fews weeks within a radius of 1000 light years of our solar system. …

  5. International Dial-in numbers for the Connect Pro conferences

    05 May 2013 | Downloads

    Download this PDF to find your local dial-in number

  6. International Dial-in numbers for the Connect Pro conferences

    28 Oct 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Site Admin

    Please download the attached PDF to find the number in your country.