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La Vida Extraterrestre es Más Probable en Planetas Tipo “Dune”
Topic: Alien Life
09/01/11
Un estudio reciente halla que planetas desérticos - como Arrakis, en el clásico de ciencia ficción "Dune" - podrían ser el tipo más común de planeta habitable en la galaxia, en vez de planetas acuosos como la Tierra.

Dolphins, Aliens, and the Search for Intelligent Life
Topic: Alien Life
08/29/11
While SETI scans the galaxy for evidence of advanced alien civilizations, what can studying dolphins teach us about non-human intelligence?

Greenhouse Effect Could Extend Habitable Zone
Topic: Alien Life
08/25/11
Astronomers generally expect planets with liquid water to exist close to their parent star. But new research shows that some planets orbiting at the same distance as Saturn could have lakes and oceans.

Exploring Alien Atmospheres
Topic: Alien Life
08/23/11
An international team of astronomers has set out on the largest program to date exploring the alien atmospheres of "Hot Jupiters."

Ape-pocalypse now!
Topic: Alien Life
08/20/11
Astrobiology Magazine is launching a new blog -- AstroTurf -- written by science historian Richard Milner. In this first post, Milner writes about an internet hoax created to promote Hollywood's latest "Planet of the Apes" movie.

The Physics of Crop Circles
Topic: Alien Life
08/05/11
Are crop circles a sign of alien intelligence... or are they an example of how Earth-based artists are using physics to create environmental art.

A Física dos Círculos em Plantações
Topic: Alien Life
08/05/11
Os círculos em plantações são um sinal de vida alienígena... ou eles são um exemplo de como artistas da Terra estão usando a física para criar arte ambiental.

Sulfurous Signs of Life
Topic: Alien Life
06/30/11
Sulfurous molecules seen on alien worlds might indicate those distant planets host life, researchers suggest.

Gleise's Hints of Habitability
Topic: Alien Life
06/05/11
Astronomers are providing new information about the potential for habitable planets in the Gliese 581 system. New data shows that the system's host star, Gliese 581, is relatively quiet. This increases the chances that one of the planets in the system could support environments for life as we know it.

Gliese 581d: A Habitable Exoplanet?
Topic: Alien Life
05/20/11
A new computer model that simulates possible exoplanet climates indicates that the planet Gliese 581d might be warm enough to have oceans, clouds and rainfall. Gliese 581d is likely to be a rocky planet with a mass at least seven times that of Earth.

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