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It has long been hypothesized that comets are one of the main carriers of DNA/RNA and complex molecules of life inside the Solar System. Surely 67P/Rosetta offers an important opportunity that ESA must seize – and on THIS mission! NOT on a new mission sometime in the future. When Chandra Wickramasinghe attended early design meetings...
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I am happy to be able to report the rapid acceptance of Panspermia into academia. A new generation of astrobiologists  have embraced panspermia especially as it relates to the solar system. Well worth scanning is this 1-page PDF from last Friday’s New Scientist.  New Scientist – 2015-8-8 Dr. Chris McKay, Astrobiologist at NASA AMES  gives animated explanation of panspermia. As...
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July 6, 2015 : by Bill Smith – post graduate student of Chandra Wickramasinghe. As NASA has now changed its overall mission tag from “Search for Water” to “Seeking the Signs of Life”; and as missions to Titan, Enceladus, Europa and Mars are planned to “seek for the signs of life”, the astrobiologists of this...
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From January 10-17, 2014 the Earth was calculated to be passing through the long tail of COMET ISON. This project was designed to look for meteors possibly connected to ISON. I assisted a (Ukraine + Belarus) team of astronomers to analyze data collected from analysis of 54,000 images from Belarus, Ukraine and Spain. 43 meteor...
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