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

  • The Origin of Life on Earth
    Neil deGrasse Tyson, author and host of the NOVA series, "Origins, Fourteen Billion Years of Cosmic Evolution", gives a galvanizing tour of the cosmos revealing what the universe has been up to while turning part of itself into us.
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  • Deception Point an Astrobiology Novel by Dan Brown
    Bestselling author, Dan Brown, has concocted a tale for astrobiologists called "Deception Point". But how can one separate facts from fiction? Consider the scientific possibilities of dissecting a meteorite full of insect-like fossils.
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  • Light This Candle
    In the early days of the astronaut program, scientists weren't sure if the human body could survive space flight. In Neal Thompson's engaging biography of Alan Shepard, "Light This Candle," he writes of the extreme tests astronauts had to undergo in order to prove
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  • Ancient Astronauts
    Ben Bova writes in his new book, "Faint Echoes, Distant Stars" about the science and politics of finding life beyond Earth.
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  • Gorgon
    Journey to South Africa with paleontologist Peter Ward, as he describes a day of fossil hunting and what it's like to chase a ghost from the greatest catastrophe on Earth.
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  • There’s a Hole in My Philosophy
    Planetary scientist, Dr. David Grinspoon, discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life', in this multi-part interview on topics ranging from which planets are best for harboring life to speculative topics about levels of advancement a civilization must pass through to
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  • There's a Hole in My Philosophy
    Planetary scientist, Dr. David Grinspoon, discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life', in this multi-part interview on topics ranging from which planets are best for harboring life to speculative topics about levels of advancement a civilization must pass through to
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  • Lonely Planets: Welcome Earthlings
    Planetary scientist, Dr. David Grinspoon, discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life', in this multi-part interview on topics ranging from which planets are best for harboring life to speculative topics about levels of advancement a civilization must pass through to
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  • The SETI Factor
    What would an intelligent signal from another planet change about human destiny? This large question is the topic of a book, The SETI Factor, by Frank White, who also analyzes how to announce such an historic finding and whether it would unite or divide nations.
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  • A Perfect World VII: Encore
    "Name two things you hope will be true about the world in fifty years. Tell me about an environment in which you personally thrive. Now paint a picture of your ideal world."
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