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Autonomous, self-replicating robots searching for ETI and how exploding stars influence development of life

25 Apr 2012, 14:00 UTC
Autonomous, self-replicating robots searching for ETI and how exploding stars influence development of life
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Welcome! "Alien Life" tracks the latest discoveries and thoughts in the various elements of the famous Drake Equation. Here's today's news:g Stars - Research by a Danish physicist suggests that the explosion of massive stars - supernovae - near the Solar System has strongly influenced the development of life. Prof. Henrik Svensmark of the Technical University of Denmark sets out his novel work in a paper in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. See article.g Message - Autonomous, self-replicating robots could help us explore the universe, find and identify alien life, and perhaps clean up space debris in the process. See article.g Cosmicus - A new NASA outreach project will enlist the help of amateur astronomers to discover near-Earth objects. See article.Get your SF book manuscript edited Amazon.com Widgets

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