BIOASTRO Mailing List
|Starting:||Mon Dec 03 2007 - 05:56:32 PST
||Ending:||Mon Dec 31 2007 - 23:08:41 PST
- [BOBPARKS-WHATSNEW] What's New Friday December 7, 2007
- [BOBPARKS-WHATSNEW] What's New Friday November 30, 2007
- [HASTRO-L] Meteorite impacts and Ice Age fauna
- [HASTRO-L] One Last Ride to the Hubble
- [HASTRO-L] Wheeler & the term "black hole"
- [lunar-update] Maelstrom II Update: Clarke Turns 90, Dec 16
- [NOVA] "Wave That Shook the World"
- AAVSO Alert Notice 364
- Astronomers Monitor Asteroid to Pass Near Mars
- ATel 1324. ***Instant Email Notice***: Novae
- ATel 1336. ***Instant Email Notice***: Novae
- Centauri Dreams - Allen Telescope Array: Listening for ETI
- Chandra Digest (Dec 17) Death Star Galaxy
- Close Encounter with Mars
- David Grinspoon. "Who Speaks for Earth?"
- Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 04 December 2007
- Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 11 December 2007
- Geminid Meteor Shower--Full Coverage
- Images of Saturn's Small Moons Tell the Story of Their Origins
- Latest News from the Astrobiology Magazine
- McDonald Obs.: Exoplanet Atmosphere Detected for First Time from aTelescope on Earth
- Multimedia Advisory: Looking for Hot Views and a Cool Destination for Life?
- NASA Sends Spacecraft on Mission to Comet Hartley 2
- NASA Study Reveals Less Water in Mars' Clouds
- NEO News (10/04/07) Arecibo, Peru Meteorite, Congressional Hearings
- NEO News (12/21/07) "Tunguska" on Mars?
- New book - The Horse, the Wheel, and Language
- New Year's Comet
- NRAO / MPIfR: International Agreement Will Advance Radio Astronomy
- Saturn's Rings May be Old Timers
- SETI bioastro: 35 years ago today - Apollo 17 leaves the Moon
- SETI bioastro: A&A press release on Gliese 581 HZs
- SETI bioastro: Aliens Apart by Seth Shostak
- SETI bioastro: Amazing image of Comet Holmes over the Pyramids of Giza
- SETI bioastro: APSIS - an Artificial Planetary System in Space to probe extra-dimensional gravi
- SETI bioastro: Are Humans Evolving Faster?
- SETI bioastro: Assessment of the NASA Astrobiology Institute
- SETI bioastro: Biologist fired for beliefs, suit says
- SETI bioastro: Can bugs survive in space?
- SETI bioastro: China To Launch Mars Probe In 2009
- SETI bioastro: Constraints on Models of Terrestrial Planet Formation
- SETI bioastro: Could We Detect Plants on other Planets?
- SETI bioastro: Creationists plan British theme park
- SETI bioastro: Detection of an intergalactic meteor particle with the 6-m telescope
- SETI bioastro: Dynamical evolution of the Gliese 581 planetary system
- SETI bioastro: Earliest galaxies had building blocks of life
- SETI bioastro: Habitable Climates
- SETI bioastro: Habitable Planet Formation in Extreme Planetary Systems: Systems with Multiple S
- SETI bioastro: Hot Spot On Enceladus Causes Plumes
- SETI bioastro: Iowa Citizens for Science Press Release on Gonzalez Case
- SETI bioastro: Jupiter, Saturn and the Pioneer anomaly: a planetary-based independent test
- SETI bioastro: Light Night, Dark Stars
- SETI bioastro: Man sees and hears Jesus on a meteorite
- SETI bioastro: Maybe Sulfur Dioxide, Not Carbon Dioxide, Kept Mars Warm
- SETI bioastro: Michio Kaku on Extraterrestrial Civilizations: How Advanced Could They Possibly
- SETI bioastro: Mountains Discovered On Titan, Saturn's Largest Moon
- SETI bioastro: New hypothesis for origin of life proposed
- SETI bioastro: On The Timescale Forcing in Astrobiology
- SETI bioastro: posting on bioastro
- SETI bioastro: Return To Europa: A Closer Look Is Possible
- SETI bioastro: Romania bans evolution in their schools
- SETI bioastro: Sending and Searching for Interstellar Messages
- SETI bioastro: SETI article on Damn Interesting site
- SETI bioastro: Solar sail efforts, past and future
- SETI bioastro: Texas education official forced to resign over evolution
- SETI bioastro: Thaw point: 'Snowball Earth' was more a slushball
- SETI bioastro: The Great Silence & 1.8 Gigayear Interval
- SETI bioastro: The Living Cosmos by Chris Impey
- SETI bioastro: The problem with 99.9 % of so-called 'solutions' to the Fermi Paradox
- SETI bioastro: The Sun in Time: Activity and Environment
- SETI bioastro: Uranus and Neptune once had each other's solar orbits
- SETI bioastro: Voyager 2: Sol system termination shock boundary is "squashed"
- SETI bioastro: Washington Post article on Neil deGrasse Tyson
- SETI bioastro: What Does it Take to Destroy a Gas Giant?
- SETI bioastro: Who Speaks for Earth?
- SETI: SETI League Press Release 07-08
- Snow man, not frosty - Oxford DNB Life of the Day
- Solar Activity Alert
- Subaru Telescope: REVEALS GALAXY FORMATION FROM 11 BILLION YEARS AGO
- This Week in The Space Review - 2007 December 17
- This Week in The Space Review - 2007 December 3
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