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Flying Humans: Interview with David Glover
Topic: Moon to Mars
10/18/03
Summary: Prototype gliders for long-distance flying on Mars have reached their testing phase. A seasoned soaring guide and former President of the US Hang Gliding Association, David Glover, talks about the challenges of soaring on Earth and potentially elsewhere.

Interview with Bill Nye: The Sundial Guy
Topic: Mars
10/08/03
Summary: Early next year, the first interplanetary sundials will be tested on the surface of Mars if all goes according to plan. The sundials, inspired by a flash from Bill Nye, the Science Guy, also will allow scientists to calibrate the pink color of the martian sky.

Bridging the Gap: Part III
Topic: Missions
09/10/03
Summary: Renowned physicist, Freeman Dyson, has proposed some of the most compelling concepts for space explorations. These range from a theory of life's origins--the "double-origin hypothesis"--which posits two separate creatures at the beginning, one replicating and the other metabolizing.

Bridging the Gap: Part II
Topic: Missions
09/03/03
Summary: Renowned physicist, Freeman Dyson, has proposed some of the most compelling concepts for space explorations. These range from a theory of life's origins--the "double-origin hypothesis", which posits two separate creatures at the beginning, one replicating and the other metabolizing--to the "Dyson Sphere".

Alpha and Omega: Part II
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
09/01/03
Summary: How did the universe begin and how will it end? And perhaps, more importantly, how can we know? Science magazine writer, Charles Seife, has taken up this compelling question in his new book, Alpha and Omega. He discusses the findings of cosmologists in Part II of this two-part interview with the Astrobiology magazine.

Alpha and Omega: Part I
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
08/18/03
Summary: How did the universe begin and how will it end? And perhaps, more importantly, how can we know? Science magazine writer, Charles Seife, has taken up this compelling question in his new book, Alpha and Omega. He discusses the findings of cosmologists in this two-part interview with the Astrobiology magazine.

Bridging the Gap: Part I
Topic: Missions
08/13/03
Summary: Renowned physicist, Freeman Dyson, has proposed some of the most compelling concepts for space explorations. These range from a theory of life's origins--called the "double-origin hypothesis"--which at the beginning, posits two separate creatures, one replicating and the other metabolizing.

Interview with Neville Woolf: Part II
Topic: New Planets
07/23/03
Summary: This is the second of a two-part interview with Neville Woolf, a Professor of Astronomy at the University of Arizona. Woolf is the principal investigator of one of the lead teams recently awarded a five-year grant by the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) to conduct astrobiology-related research.

Interview with Neville Woolf
Topic: New Planets
07/21/03
Summary: This is the first of a two-part interview with Neville Woolf, a Professor of Astronomy at the University of Arizona. Woolf is the principal investigator of one of the lead teams recently awarded a five-year grant by the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) to conduct astrobiology-related research.

Water: The Molecule of Life
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
05/07/03
Summary: Philip Ball, author of "Life's Matrix: A Biography of Water," says that liquid water is essential for the kind of delicate chemistry that makes life possible. In an interview with Astrobiology Magazine, he discusses his thoughts on the role of liquid water for life on Earth and on other worlds
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