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We hope you're all getting excited for our upcoming episode of Ask an Astrobiologist with Dr. Bruce Damer (because we sure are!). What kinds of questions do you have about the origins of life, computer simulations, spacecraft design, and asteroid mining?
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waldir chara May 21
If there is a chemoautotrophic life in Enceladus, is it also possible that there may be trophic chains?
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Ankita Roy Jan 31
What is the latest in our knowledge of biosignatures( biochemical and geological) different from those we've observed on earth ?
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Elizabeth Thurston Hutton May 22
Hi Dr. Sekine! How would you respond if someone asked you, "What are you doing to help the future of planet Earth?"
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SAGANet.org Sep 5
Are We Alone in the Universe? Here, the features a conversation with , who was our guest on Episode 19 of . She'll be giving an award lecture on her work at the this coming Tuesday!
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Jesus College Alumni Feb 19
Today at 18:00 UTC (10:00 Pacific Time) Ask an Astrobiologist! Dr. Rugheimer is a Hugh Price Fellow at Jesus College. Livestreaming on SAGANet and the NASA Astrobiology Facebook page. Ask questions at SAGANet or Twitter
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Mahanilpapai Bhattac Jan 31
Can u speak about how the extremophiles are studied in the hydrothermal vents or other such extreme conditions and how these are related to the study of their lifecycles there in the outer earth atmospheres or in other planets.
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Mahanilpapai Bhattac Jan 31
How the life cycles and the tollerance to extremes of the extremophiles are studied in earth in relation with the space or with othar planets. Can you please say it.
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Elizabeth Tasker May 22
Replying to @ELSI_origins
Which icy moon is most likely to have developed life and from the view of detectability, is that the best place to go? (This question is for Dr Yasuhito Sakine of , who’ll be on NASA’s 9am JST tomorrow! .)
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JC Jan 31
is it possible for two planetary bodies to collide and maintain separate cores after? What if one was much much smaller and there was a relatively ‘gentle’ fusion?
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@n¿¡ Mar 25
Evolution is still exists or alive?? We are the last evolution rulers in the earth?
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Catarina A. Marques Jan 31
since lots of questions are on sci-fi, what do you think of the AC Clarke rendezvous with Rama and the insterstellar object that passed by us recently? That was a seja vu 😜
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M. Flynn Jul 16
What advice do you have for a college-bound person who’s interested in both a scientific field like astronomy, biology, or physics, as well as the arts? What’s the best way to find a balance between the two?
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NASA Astrobiology Feb 19
10 more minutes until we go live with Dr. on Ask an Astrobiologist!
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eminecsc Jul 16
I am interested in the analytical part of astrobiology.I want to make a project in search of various life in space. How can I do a project on astrobiology? I graduated from high school
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Gordon Oz Osinski Apr 18
Thanks for all the amazing questions during - the show may be over but happy to answer more!
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Tony Z. Jia May 21
Since you have been to so many interesting and extreme environments on the Earth, which one was the most interesting to you?
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🔬🖤Dr. Lauren M. Seyler❤️⚒ Dec 17
. and I are super stoked about this project and spreading awareness of the show. Ad astra!
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la niña mala de la comedia Jan 31
What’s the best advice you can give to girls who want to dive into any field of astrobiology ?
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Zeus Hope Sep 13
Who is the father of Astrobiology
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