Life in the Universe

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MIT Press, 1981 - Science - 461 pages
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Life in the Universe documents the largest gathering to date of experts in the exciting new field of exobiology. In 29 chapters, the book explores the whole question of the nature and distribution of life in the universe -- from the formation of planets to the origins of life on earth, the emergence of intelligence, and the future search for possible intelligence on other planets.

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John Billingham is Chief of the Extraterrestrial Research Division at NASA Ames Research Center.

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