Deep Space

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    Would extraterrestrials like to listen to our music? Even if intelligent beings on other planets can’t enjoy the sounds we create, they still might be curious to know what pleases our aural appendages.
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    ENCORE It´s always a surprise to go digging in Seth´s garage –“ who knows what we´ll find! In this impressive heap of paraphernalia, tucked between boxes of old radio tubes and hydraulic jacks, we stumble upon the secrets to our galaxy´s central black hole… witness
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    They´re heeeere! Yes, aliens are wreaking havoc and destruction throughout the land. But these aliens are Arizona beetles, and the land is in California, where the invasive insects are a serious problem. And what of space-faring aliens? We have those too: how to find them,
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    We place sharks in aquariums and elephants in zoos –“ to observe and conserve. But what if aliens have done the same to us? We´ll hear from Stephen King on a doomed result of a domed experiment –“ hatched by off-Earth beings, and why captivity
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    ENCORE Hello! Is anyone out there? As the scientific search for extraterrestrial intelligence marks its 50th anniversary, there´s been no contact as yet with alien beings. But SETI researchers maintain that we are not alone. Find out why in a SETI retrospective that looks at
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    Hollywood horror flicks have captivated us with alien blobs, but the slime slithering on our own planet is as beguiling. From microscopic machines to life on ocean floors, new research reveals how essential slime is to life on Earth, and possibly other worlds. Discover the
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    The extra-solar planet count is more than 400 and rising. Before long we may find an Earth-like planet around another star. If we do, and can visit, what next? Stake out our claim on an alien world or tread lightly and preserve it? We´ll look
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