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The Light of Alien Life
Topic: Alien Life
Imagine trying to learn everything you can about the Earth from a distance of billions or even trillions of kilometers. That's the challenge facing scientists who search for life on worlds orbiting distant stars.

The Man to Contact
Topic: Alien Life
In the field of astrobiology, few people have had a bigger influence than Frank Drake. In this interview, he discusses his famous Drake Equation, alien messages, and the search for alien life.

Isto pode ser vida, Jim...
Topic: Alien Life
Físicos descobriram estruturas semelhantes à da vida que se formam de substâncias inorgânicas no espaço. Os achados sugerem a possibilidade da vida fora da Terra não necessariamente usar moléculas baseadas em carbono nos seus blocos de construção.

'It might be life, Jim...'
Topic: Alien Life
Physicists have discovered life-like structures that form from inorganic substances in space. The findings hint at the possibility that life beyond Earth may not necessarily use carbon-based molecules as its building blocks.

French Tales of Infinity
Topic: Alien Life
From Astrobiology Magazine, European Edition is an investigation of the life and writings of Camille Flammarion, a nineteenth century French astronomer who had a lasting impact on science and science fiction.

Pondering Alien Plants
Topic: Alien Life
Scientists studying the potential for life on extrasolar planets are looking at the light spectrum to determine what kind of photosynthesis plants might use on other planets. Plants on distant worlds may look very different than our own depending on the light from their planet's parent star.

Boring Star, Lively Planet?
Topic: Alien Life
Astronomers studying light from the planetary system Gliese 581 have found that the host star is remarkably stable for billions of years. This means that the environment of its small, Earth-like planet, Gliese 581c, might be hospitable for life as we know it.

Fall Colors on Alien Worlds
Topic: Alien Life
If plant life exists on other planets, they may not be predominantly green. Scientists have found that the predominant color of foliage on Earth-like worlds could be a range of other colors depending on the star that the planet orbits and the composition of its atmosphere.

Cores de Outono em Mundos Alienígenas
Topic: Alien Life
Se plantas existem em outros planetas, elas podem não ser predominantemente verdes. Cientistas descobriram que a cor predominante da folhagem em ambientes da Terra pode ser em uma faixa de cores que depende da estrela em que o planeta orbita e a composição de sua atmosfera.

Radio Astrobiology: Intelligent Forms
Topic: Alien Life
Welcome to Radio Astrobiology, the podcast of Astrobiology Magazine. Join us as Simon Conway Morris discusses the forms life may take as it becomes increasingly complex and intelligent.

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