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Origin and evolution of life
Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
Outer solar system
Moon to Mars
Robotics & A.I
Image of the Day
Mars in Pop Culture
Mars in Pop Culture
Linda Sauter, University of Washington in Seattle
The Moon, Venus, and Mars seen behind Ahu Tahai, a famous Easter Island statue. The bright star Aldebaran is also visible. Credit: Magnus Galfalk, Stockholm Observatory.
Gentry Lee, Viking scientist and science fiction author
In the movie, “Planet of the Apes,” primates evolved to fill the evolutionary niche left behind by self-destructive humans. Image credit: 20th Century Fox.
In the movie, “Planet of the Apes,” humans are treated by primate society as unintelligent beasts. Image credit: 20th Century Fox.
Artist’s representation of a future starship sent to explore extrasolar planets. Image credit: NASA.
Minaturized robotos, or “nanobots”, could someday be used to explore the surfaces of other worlds in the solar system and beyond. Image credit: Ajax.
Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970) is a science fiction film based upon the 1966 novel Colossus, by Dennis Feltham Jones, about an American defense computer becoming sentient and deciding to assume control of the world. Image credit: Universal Pictures.
2010 Space Odyssey
The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton
Levine and Schild
First Contact: Scientific Breakthroughs in the Hunt for Life Beyond Earth
Astrobiology Issue 1
Astrobiology Issue 2
Wonders of the Universe
Heretics of Dune
A Princess of Mars
War of the Worlds graphic
Astrobiology Issue 3
H4aC digital life form
Blue Shift [LOG. 1]
H4aC (Habitat for a Commensal), 2012, KANAL, Oostrozebeke, Belgium
BODYREACTOR, 2011, Beursschouwburg, Brussels
Mars Landing 2012: Inside NASA’s Curiosity Mission
The Amazing Adventures of Astrobiology, the graphic novel. Credit: Astrobiology Magazine
Astrobiology: The story of our search for life in the Universe. Credit: NASA Astrobiology