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Astrobiology: the new science of life in the Universe

Astrobiologist Dr. Lewis Dartnell flies around the Universe looking for possible sites for alien life.

Astrobiology is a brand-new field of science, bringing together biologists, astronomers and planetary scientists to investigate the origins and limits of life on our planet and discover where life might exist beyond the Earth. Join Dr. Lewis Dartnell as he uses the Peter Harrison Planetarium to tour the planets and moons of our Solar System, as well as worlds orbiting distant stars, to explore one of the greatest questions ever asked: are we alone?


Dr Lewis Dartnell | talks | www


Date and Time:

17 June 2010 at 7:00 pm


1 hour



Royal Observatory, Greenwich
Blackheath Ave
SE10 8XJ

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