Books

Astrobiology Books covering most Popular and Best Astronomy latest new books like Wonders of the Universe book by Brian Cox, David Catling Astrobiology: A very Short Introduction, Professor of Astronomy David Weintraub, The Eerie Silence by Paul Davies, Scientists Debate Gaia – Charley Lineweaver, Space on Earth microbiologist Charles Cockell, authors like Marc Kaufman and many more

  • In a new book, Professor of Astronomy David Weintraub explores what the world’s major religions have to say about the potential for life on other planets.
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  • David Catling, professor of Earth and space sciences, discusses his new book Astrobiology: A Very Short Introduction.
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  • Book contest! What do you think is the most wondrous aspect of the universe? Reply on our Facebook site by Monday, August 8, and our favorite answers will win a copy of the new Brian Cox book, "Wonders of the Universe."
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  • In this essay, Marc Kaufman explains how his first contact with astrobiologists led him to write a book that tells the latest stories behind the science.
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  • Why have we not made contact with aliens after so many years searching the depths of space? The Eerie Silence, a new book by SETI researcher Paul Davies, provides a fresh and thoughtful look at this question.
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  • The Timetree of Life project is now providing scientists with easy access to information about when living species and their ancestors originated. The resource could prove useful for astrobiologists studying the origin and evolution of life on Earth.
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  • The Crowded Universe
    After two decades of planet searching, Alan Boss has written a book about how far we have come and how close we are to answering the question of whether we are alone in the universe.
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  • Confessions of an Alien Hunter
    After five decades, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence has failed to find any alien signals. SETI researchers are still optimistic that we will one day find evidence for intelligent life somewhere in our galaxy. A new book by SETI scientist, Seth Shostak, reviews the history,
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  • Can a Biosphere Be Selfish?
    In this book review of "Scientists Debate Gaia," Charley Lineweaver discusses what astrobiology and the Gaia hypothesis have in common. Both are trying to recognize new forms of life by seeking universal connections between different kinds of systems.
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  • Space on Earth
    In his book, "Space on Earth," microbiologist Charles Cockell urges space scientists and environmentalists to work together for the future for humanity.
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