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Astrobiology The Search for Alien Life (The Illustrated Edition)

Popular Science
By: Andrew May(Author)
320 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Icon Books
Astrobiology
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  • Astrobiology ISBN: 9781785789700 Hardback Feb 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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A new, fully illustrated edition of Andrew Mays illuminating guide to life not on earth. The possibility that alien life exists in the universe is among the most profound of human conjectures, which today is being investigated not just by science-fiction writers but by scientists.

Astrobiology presents an expert guide to this compelling field of science. It shows how the tell-tale signatures of life on Earth might hold the key to detecting life beyond our planet; explores the many planets beyond our Solar System discovered by NASA's Kepler and TESS missions; and explains alien-hunting touchstones such as Fermi's Paradox, the Drake Equation, and the 'Wow' signal.

As NASA's rovers burrow into Mars and its probes peer ever further into the cosmos, this illustrated edition combines deep space images with infographics to cast a scientific eye over the most significant of scientific treasure hunts.

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Andrew May is a freelance writer and former scientist, with a PhD in astrophysics. He has written five books in Icon's Hot Science series: Destination Mars, Cosmic Impact, Astrobiology, The Space Business and The Science of Music. He lives in Somerset.

Popular Science
By: Andrew May(Author)
320 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Icon Books
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