extraterrestrial life

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extraterrestrial life

(eks-tră-tĕ-ress -tree-ăl) See exobiology; SETI.
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This time, the design is inspired by one of the projects of a famed scientist who was interested in finding extraterrestial life.
In October 2014, director of the New York Center for Extraterrestial Reaseach Michael C.
I do not claim that the following is necessarily an example of extraterrestial contact, but it is the type of legend that deserves more careful study.
(32.) See generally FABIO TRONCHETTI, THE EXPLOITATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE MOON AND OTHER CELESTIAL BODIES: A PROPOSAL FOR A LEGAL REGIME (Martinus Nijhoff 2009); VIRGILIU POP, WHO OWNS THE MOON?: EXTRATERRESTIAL ASPECTS OF LAND AND MINERAL RESOURCES OWNERSHIP (Springer 2009).
Weighing in at one ton, the Curiosity is humanity's biggest extraterrestial explorer.
* There are more genre offerings: "Intruders," "No Rest"; Eduardo Chapero-Jackson's fantasy thriller "Verbo"; Nacho Vigalondo's "Extraterrestial," unfolding during a UFO attack; and Oren Moverman's "Rampart," about shady L.A.
Although out of luck with Knot In Wood, it was still a good day for trainer Richard Fahey, who besides winning with Extraterrestial at Newbury, took the 7f handicap with 12-1 chance Quest For Success.
The remaining chapters apply Bonting's chaos theology to the problem of evil, the God-world relation, Christology and soteriology, genetic modification, disease, extraterrestial life, and eschatology.
The reason is that salt, or to be more precise, sodium, is essential to life, at least on this planet, and some others too apparently as evidenced by space exploration that has begun to indicate that traces of salt are present on extraterrestial spots and hence, water in places like Mars and the moons of Saturn.
Factor scores obtained from the oblique rotated factor matrix are all significant correlated except for the pairs including Superstition with Extraterrestial life and with Monsters (see Table 2).
The public debate on cloning, as on embryonic stem cells, has repeatedly been driven by these extra-scientific (not to say extraterrestial) announcements mediated by the press.