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  1. Exobiology: Matter, Energy, and Information in the Origin and
  2. Theory and experiment in exobiology by Alan W Schwartz, 1971
  3. Life Beyond the Earth;: A study in Exobiology by V. A. Firsoff, 1963
  4. Exobiology in Solar System Exploration by G., Et Al., Eds Carle, 1992-01-01
  5. Exobiology (North Holland research monographs. Frontiers of biology, v. 23) by Cyril Ponnamperuma, 1972
  6. Exobiology: Determination and Evaluation of Intelligent Life Proposal (Phase 1) by Diana Kanecki, 2010-08-18
  7. Exobiology: A research guide by Martin Howard Sable, 1978
  8. Astrobiology Exobiology: Index and Medical Analysis of New Research Information by Abbe Research Division, 2004-01
  9. Exobiology As Goddess by Will Alexander, 2005-01-01
  10. Exobiology in Earth Orbit: The Results of Science Workshops Held at NASA Ames Re by D., et al., eds. DeFrees, 1989-01-01
  11. Exobiology in Solar System Exploration by C.; Schwartz, D.; Huntington, J. Carle, 1988
  12. Exobiology in Solar System Exploration: the Proceedings of a Symposium Held in August 1988 by glenn carle, 1992-01-01
  13. Perspectives for the Development of Exobiology. Offprint from: Life Sciences and Space Research by A. A. IMSHENETSKY, 1963-01-01
  14. Interstellar Dust Authorities Meet / Exobiology in Solar System Symposium / Second Gravitational Plant Physiology Ground Test At Ames / First Combined New Employee Orientation (Astrogram, Volume 30, Number 23, July 29, 1988) by Diane Stanley, 1988

1. NSCORT/Exobiology
The NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training in Gravitational Biology isa partnership with UCSD, Scripps, and Salk Institutes.
NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training
(NSCORT) in Exobiology
Training/Fellowships Education/Outreach Calendar ... Exobiology Related Links NOTE: Future funding for this program is pending. Fellowships unavailable at this time (2002). Comments or questions on this web site via " mailto "
Last Updated September 10, 2002

2. Introduction To Exobiology
Explores the field of exobiology from a lay perspective including a selftest. Part of the Cruising Chemistry project at Duke.
Introduction to Exobiology
You're driving in your car down dark road late one night with your friends. All of a sudden, you see a large circular object with blue lights spinning right in front of your car. A bright spotlight shines down on your car for ten seconds, and then leaves. As the object disappears before your eyes, you are left in amazement, wondering what just happened. Was that really a UFO? Is there really intelligent life out there in the universe? You turn around to ask your friends, only to find that one of them is missingÉ
Sound a little farfetched? OK. How about something a little more down to Earth.
You just got back from a two week vacation in Hawaii with your family. You walk into your room, throw down your suitcase, and sit on your bed. You glance over at the lamp on the table next to your bed. Reaching over to turn on the lamp, you notice a rather unpleasant smell. Looking down, there is a half full glass of what once might have been juice, but now is a nice bluish-green color with fuzz all around the edges. Yuck! Where did that come from?
Scientists have been asking these same questions for a long time now. Come explore the field of exobiology, the search for the origin of life on the Earth, and in the Universe.

3. Adamski Foundation - Exobiology / UFOs
exobiology, Astrophysical, Lunar, and UFO research.
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4. The Exobiology Branch
exobiology Exploring For Life In The Universe exobiology Branch, Code SSX, Mail.The exobiology Branch conducts research in exobiology seeking to
To An Official NASA Webpage Exobiology Defined Branch Members The Exobiology Branch conducts research in Exobiology seeking to increase our knowledge of the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe. Answers are sought to questions such as: To what extent did chemical evolution occur in the primitive bodies of the solar system? How did life originate on the Earth, and what role did minerals play? What evidence exists regarding the early interplay between biological and environmental evolution? What do molecular fossils tell us about early microbial evolution? How can the study of contemporary microbes or geochemical samples inform us of past events? The work of the staff in this Branch also provides the conceptual basis and measurement criteria for future spacecraft missions to other solar system bodies such as Mars, Titan, and comets, in search of answers to such fundamental questions in non-terrestrial settings. Selected Research Groups
Lipid Biomarker Laboratory

Astrobiology Microbial

Culture Facility
Microbial Ecology/ Biogeochemistry Research Laboratory ... Astrobioinformatics Program

Responsible NASA Official: Dr. David F. Blake

5. Mark's Webpage
Explains why this moon of Saturn is an object of exceptional interest for exobiological research.
Mark's Webpage
R. Mark Elowitz
Member of AAS

If General Relativity gives rise to the bending of space-time, then why can we remember the past but not the future. Did inflationary cosmology lead to wormhole growth during the early evolution of the Universe? We are all made from STAR STUFF
Research Interests
  • Exobiology and SETI
  • A Tour of Modern Cosmology
  • Lunar Resources Page
  • 6. The Exobiology Branch
    The exobiology Branch conducts research in exobiology seeking to increase our knowledge of the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the

    7. The Exobiology Branch
    The home page for the exobiology Branch is http//
    The home page for the Exobiology Branch is

    8. Astrobiology At NASA
    Astrobiology is the study of the origin, distribution, and destiny of life in the universe. It uses multiple scientific disciplines and space

    9. LJM Figurative Artwork || Prints, Paintings, Drawings
    Fine Art, Biochemistry, and exobiology Brief overview of exobiology, with some informative links. Also contains her visual work, which integrates figurative art and biochemical themes.
    lauren jane murphy
    figurative artwork MY WORK:
    Pencil and Pen and Ink RECENT PRINTWORK
    hand-pulled etchings
    Updated 4-19-05
    OIL PAINTING GALLERY SKETCHBOOK sketchbook, quick drawings PRINTS mostly done in college, woodcuts EMAIL BIOGRAPHY I
    Photography by Peter Parker and myself mangrove hammock in Boca Raton, drawn at Gumbo Limbo nature center LINKS Exobiology:
    Europa Mathematics:
    CSC Mathematical Visualizations

    Rev the MPEG and check them out
    American Mathematical Society

    Math Archives
    Teaching resources, software Math Search Search over 200,000 articles Kepler's Fractals Wentzel Jamnitzer's Polyhedra Miscellaneous: History of the Lobotomy: Rainy day puzzle fun Donald Simanek's Pages Humor, Science, etc. Access Excellence: A page for the teaching and learning of the biosciences Moths of North America Moths, I love 'em Murals in an abandoned mental institution. Abandoned Prison photos Henry Darger An outsider artist who wrote the longest manuscript in English as well as illusrtratons about his imaginary world Alchemy Adam McLean's site with over 2,000 images Antidepressant Humor Parodies a certain suck med and their ad. . .

    10. Home - SETI Institute
    SETI Institute conducts scientific research on Life in the Universe with an emphasis on SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.

    11. The Miller/Urey Experiment
    New theories have recently been offered as alternative sites for the origin of life.Return to the beginning of the exobiology unit.
    Miller/Urey Experiment
    By the 1950s, scientists were in hot pursuit of the origin of life. Around the world, the scientific community was examining what kind of environment would be needed to allow life to begin. In 1953, Stanley L. Miller and Harold C. Urey, working at the University of Chicago, conducted an experiment which would change the approach of scientific investigation into the origin of life.
    Miller took molecules which were believed to represent the major components of the early Earth's atmosphere and put them into a closed system
    The gases they used were methane (CH ), ammonia (NH ), hydrogen (H ), and water (H O). Next, he ran a continuous electric current through the system, to simulate lightning storms believed to be common on the early earth. Analysis of the experiment was done by chromotography. At the end of one week, Miller observed that as much as 10-15% of the carbon was now in the form of organic compounds. Two percent of the carbon had formed some of the amino acids which are used to make proteins. Perhaps most importantly, Miller's experiment showed that organic compounds such as amino acids, which are essential to cellular life, could be made easily under the conditions that scientists believed to be present on the early earth. This enormous finding inspired a multitude of further experiments.
    In 1961, Juan Oro found that amino acids could be made from hydrogen cyanide (HCN) and ammonia in an aqueous solution. He also found that his experiment produced an amazing amount of the nucleotide base, adenine.

    12. Space Science And Astrobiology Division
    Dedicated to research in astrophysics, exobiology, advanced life support technologies, and planetary science.
    Last Updated: Sep 17, 2005 Home Site Map Feedback What's New ... News Archive... Notices Past Annual Reports Past Speakers
    SS Newsletters

    Space Science and Astrobiology Colloquium Series “The Role of Water on Mars: Interpretations Through the Eyes of a Geologist” Dr. Phil Christensen Arizona State University Thursday, September 22, 2005 Building 245 Main Auditorium Colloquium at 4:00pm Point of Contact:

    The Space Science and Astrobiology Division at NASA Ames Research Center is dedicated to research in astrophysics, exobiology, advanced life support technologies, and planetary science. These research programs are structured around Astrobiology (the study of life in the universe and the chemical and physical forces and adaptions that influence life's origin, evolution, and destiny), and address some of the most fundamental questions pursued by science.
    These questions examine the origin of life and our place in the universe. Ames is recognized as a world leader in Astrobiology. In pursuing our mission in Astrobiology, Space Science and Astrobiology Division scientists perform pioneering basic research and technology development.
    For more information about the Space Science and Astrobiology Division

    13. NASA Astrobiology Institute
    A partnership between NASA and other research organizations to conduct and lead integrated multidisciplinary research in astrobiology, the study of

    14. Cosmology
    This page contains information about the course Cosmology and exobiology read in the fall semester 1999 at the Physics Institute of NTNU, Trondheim

    15. The Astrobiology Web Your Online Guide To The Living Universe
    An online guide to the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the Universe as well as all other aspects of space exploration.

    16. NSCORT/Exobiology
    La Jolla, CA 92093 (858) 5340209 Send questions, comments, and suggestionsabout InfoPath to Copyright 2005 NSCORT/exobiology.
    News and Announcements: Welcome to the new NSCORT website. See the "Calendar" link for Events, Public Lectures, Seminars and Meetings.
    Some pages are currently under construction. NSCORT Legacy Website is now available. Produced by the Chemistry and Biochemistry Computer Facility department on the UCSD campus
    Main address: University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093 (858) 534-0209
    Send questions, comments, and suggestions about InfoPath to:

    17. COSMIC ANCESTRY The Modern Version Of Panspermia. By Brig Klyce
    The Cosmic Ancestry hypothesis about which this site has a large amount of information - treats all of evolution, not just the origin of life on

    18. EXOBIOLOGY: An Interview With Stanley L. Miller
    Can you give a simple definition of exobiology? The term exobiology was coinedby Nobel Prize winning scientist Joshua Lederberg. What it means is the study

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    From Primordial Soup to the Prebiotic Beach An interview with exobiology pioneer, Dr. Stanley L. Miller , University of California San Diego By Sean Henahan, Access Excellence Join the exobiology discussion 1n 1953, a University of Chicago graduate student named Stanley Miller working in Harold Urey's lab flipped a switch sending electric current through a chamber containing a combination of methane, ammonia, hydrogen and water. The experiment yielded organic compounds including amino acids, the building blocks of life, and catapulted a field of study known as exobiology into the headlines. Since that time a new understanding of the workings of RNA and DNA, have increased the scope of the subject. Moreover, the discovery of prebiotic conditions on other planets and the announcement of a bacterial fossil originating on Mars has brought new attention to the study of life's origins. I spoke with Dr. Miller in his lab at UCSD about the field he has helped to make famous, exobiology.
    Let start with the basics. Can you give a simple definition of exobiology?

    19. Origin Of Life
    He is an expert on exobiology and geochemistry.

    20. Mark's Webpage
    We are all made from STAR STUFF. Research Interests. exobiology and SETI A Tour of Modern Cosmology Lunar Resources Page.
    Mark's Webpage
    R. Mark Elowitz
    Member of AAS

    If General Relativity gives rise to the bending of space-time, then why can we remember the past but not the future. Did inflationary cosmology lead to wormhole growth during the early evolution of the Universe? We are all made from STAR STUFF
    Research Interests
  • Exobiology and SETI
  • A Tour of Modern Cosmology
  • Lunar Resources Page
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