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Scientists Are Sending Astronaut Mice to Space to Study Biology - Popular Mechanics


Popular Mechanics
To see how space will affect our internal biology, NASA is sending a team of rodent astronauts to space.
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How Can Biology Help Us Prepare For Life in Space? - Labiotech.eu (blog)


Labiotech.eu (blog)
An exhibition at the Science Gallery Dublin explores how humans are preparing to live in the harsh conditions of outer space — and how microorganisms might help us do so. Space traveling is closer than many of us think. NASA has plans to send humans ...

'Cataclysmic' collision shaped Uranus' evolution - Science Daily


Science Daily
Astronomers at Durham University, UK, led an international team of experts to investigate how Uranus came to be tilted on its side and what consequences a giant impact would have had on the planet's evolution. The team ran the first high-resolution ...
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Research on the origin, distribution, and future of life in the universe.

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NASA's Astrobiology Program
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Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe. This multidisciplinary field encompasses the search for habitable environments in our Solar System and habitable planets outside our Solar System, the search for evidence of prebiotic chemistry and life on Mars and other bodies in our Solar System, laboratory and field research into the origins and early evolution of life on Earth, and studies of

NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI)
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Partnership between NASA and academic or other research organizations to promote, conduct, and lead integrated multi-disciplinary astrobiology research and train young researchers.

Carnegie Institution of Washington: NASA Astrobiology Institute
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Addressing: How does life begin and evolve? Is there life elsewhere in the Universe? What is the future of life on Earth and beyond?

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JPL was established by the California Institute of Technology in the 1930s. America's first satellite, Explorer 1 which launched in 1958, was created at JPL. In the decades that followed, we sent the first robotic craft to the moon and out across the solar system, reconnoitering all of the planets. Pushing the outer edge of exploration, in fact, is the reason JPL exists as a NASA laboratory. Pay a touch at the web site to obtain additional inform

NASA Life Sciences Data Archive
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Provides a description of every life sciences experiment performed in space during the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Shuttle, and NASA-Mir programs.

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Todd and Mike Gilligan's illustrated list of the olethreuine moths of Plum Brook Station, Ohio.

NASA Office of Space Sciences Exobiology Program
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Conducts research in exobiology, seeking to increase our knowledge of the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe.

Astrobiology
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Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe. This interdisciplinary field encompasses the search for habitable environments in our Solar System and habitable planets outside our Solar System, the search for evidence of prebiotic chemistry, laboratory and field research into the origins and early evolution of life on Earth, and studies of the potential for life to adapt to challenges on Eart

Astrobiology Magazine
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NASA publication focusing on the search for life in the universe. Offers different sections addressing the intense debates within the scientific community, featuring the journal entries from explorers traveling to the far reaches of the planet, and articles covering topics such as life on Mars, extreme life, and stellar evolution.

Astrobiology Web
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Information about space life science, the search for extraterrestrial life, and the exploration of our solar system.