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Massimo Luciani Jun 12
The presence of toxic gases could limit the habitability of rocky exoplanets
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The Royal Vox Post Jun 10
- New study shows that complex ecosystems cannot exist in most regions of the habitable zone as traditionally defined: the presence of toxic gases limit the types of life that can potentially be found on habitable worlds -
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Nina Vels 13h
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IcaKostika Oct 30
The Seahorse Shoes in orbit
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Affable Entertainment 25 Nov 17
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Jeremy Wilks 30 Jan 18
Sampling time at the Rio Tinto
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Alex Jun 5
A sailprobe exploring a world orbiting a red dwarf star: for
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Daniel Irizarri Feb 20
✨OTHERWORLDLY VOL. 2!💙 Visit the deepest depths and the furthest planets in 60 pages of full color digital paintings and comics! Order your PDF or physical copy now! DM for deets!
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Laurence Tognetti, MSc 🚀 5 Jun 18
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Gabriel Jul 23
1) In answer to the question "where are the aliens," proposed an idea called "the great filter." The idea is that some phenomenon might generally prevent life from arising or becoming long-lasting space-faring civilizations.
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Zymo Research 🌈🏳️‍🌈 Nov 9
Today would have been Carl Sagan's 84th birthday! He was a pioneer of , the study of the possibility and likely nature of life on other planets or in space, and of ! 🚀🔬📚
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Jason Aaron Nov 29
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Nina Vels 22 Dec 17
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Exospace 8 Feb 18
"the bleeding moon". An ice moon dotted with brine lakes populated by a microbial red algae that gives it that blood color.
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SkeptiCal Conference Apr 15
All speakers now announced for 2019, Northern California conference on science and skepticism. Do you have your tickets yet?
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Kayser Italia Oct 11
presents the express at the 6th workshop of the Italian Astrobiology Society, a conference that brings together scientists with a wide background on and . 29th – 31st October, 2018 Real Museo Mineralogico – Napoli, Italy
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Dee Apr 17
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Robin Isnard 9 Mar 18
Day 5 (Friday) at in Le Teich ! Program : and exploration 🌍🚀☄️🛰🌔 Follow my ⬇️ ⚠️ Don’t hesitate to correct if I’m wrong or add any comment ! Feel free to share 😋
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Ben Roberts Jan 12
Does all life live on earthlike worlds? Maybe not! ,
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Sage 16 Feb 18
an alien bird creature for wanderlust. Not sure what to name it. it comes from a tropical planet that has many marshes and is similar to a flamingo.
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