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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 9606

Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XVII
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Volume Number: 9606
Date Published: 27 October 2015
Softcover: 28 papers (332) pages
ISBN: 9781628417722

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Front Matter: Volume 9606
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The beginnings of life as a cosmic phenomenon
Author(s): N. C. Wickramasinghe
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Is life supernatural?
Author(s): Gilbert V. Levin
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Oparin’s coacervates as an important milestone in chemical evolution
Author(s): Vera M. Kolb
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Philosophy of astrobiology: some recent developments
Author(s): Vera M. Kolb
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The search for extra-terrestrial intelligence: current status and future prospects
Author(s): Stuart Bowyer
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The next phases of SETI@home
Author(s): Eric J. Korpela; Andrew P. V. Siemion; Dan Werthimer; Matt Lebofsky; Jeff Cobb; Steve Croft; David Anderson
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The case for a Martian origin for Earth life
Author(s): Steven A. Benner; Hyo-Joong Kim
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Prebiotic reactions in superheated water
Author(s): Vera M. Kolb
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The bioinformatics of nucleotide sequence coding for proteins requiring metal coenzymes and proteins embedded with metals
Author(s): G. Tremberger; Sunil Dehipawala; E. Cheung; T. Holden; R. Sullivan; A. Nguyen; D. Lieberman; T. Cheung
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Ribosome dynamics and the evolutionary history of ribosomes
Author(s): George E. Fox; Maxim Paci; Quyen Tran; Anton S. Petrov; Loren D. Williams
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Complexity of genetic sequences modified by horizontal gene transfer and degraded-DNA uptake
Author(s): George Tremberger; S. Dehipawala; A. Nguyen; E. Cheung; R. Sullivan; T. Holden; D. Lieberman; T. Cheung
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Possible effects of diagenesis on the stable isotope composition of amino acids in carbonaceous meteorites
Author(s): Michael H. Engel
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Carbonaceous structures in the Tissint Martian Meteorite: evidence of a biogenetic origin
Author(s): Jamie Wallis; N. C. Wickramasinghe; Daryl H. Wallis; Nori Miyake; M. K. Wallis; Richard B. Hoover
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Chemical and structural composition of organic carbonaceous structures in Tissint: evidence for a biogenetic origin
Author(s): Jamie Wallis; N. C. Wickramasinghe; Daryl H. Wallis; Nori Miyake; M. K. Wallis; Richard B. Hoover
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Microbiological investigation of two chondrite meteorites: Murchison and Polonnaruwa
Author(s): Elena V. Pikuta; Zhe Lyu; William B. Whitman; Geneviev R. LaBrake; Jamie Wallis; Keerthi Wickramarathne; N. Chandra Wickramasinghe; Richard B. Hoover
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Instruments and methods to search for extraterrestrial life
Author(s): Richard B. Hoover
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Primordial comets: big bang nucleosynthesis, dark matter and life
Author(s): Robert B. Sheldon
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Arrhenius reconsidered: astrophysical jets and the spread of spores
Author(s): Malkah I. Sheldon; Robert B. Sheldon
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Hydro-gravitational-dynamics cosmology is crucial to astrobiology and the biological big bang at two million years
Author(s): Carl H. Gibson
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Evidence of ancient microbial activity on Mars
Author(s): Jamie Wallis; N. C. Wickramasinghe; Daryl H. Wallis; Nori Miyake; M. K. Wallis; Richard B. Hoover
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Microorganisms in extreme environments with a view to astrobiology in the outer solar system
Author(s): Joseph Seckbach; Julian Chela-Flores
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Molecular studies of anaerobic strains from Antarctica and their taxonomic identifications
Author(s): Zhe Lyu; Elena V. Pikuta; Jacob Hagel; Genevieve R. LaBrake; Richard B. Hoover; William B. Whitman
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Search for the algorithm of genes distribution during the process of microbial evolution
Author(s): Elena V. Pikuta
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Bioinformatics comparison of sulfate-reducing metabolism nucleotide sequences
Author(s): G. Tremberger; Sunil Dehipawala; A. Nguyen; E. Cheung; R. Sullivan; T. Holden; D. Lieberman; T. Cheung
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Pluto images clinch the existence of water, methane, and life on this typical dark matter planet (Withdrawal Notice)
Author(s): Carl H. Gibson
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The cosmic web and microwave background fossilize the first turbulent combustion
Author(s): Carl H. Gibson
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Wet comet model: Rosetta redux
Author(s): Robert B. Sheldon
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Ocean in Enceladus enhances the case for Panspermia
Author(s): Chandra Wickramasinghe; Milton Wainwright; Gensuke Tokoro; Richard B. Hoover
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