Life in our universe. Season 1 / the Teaching Company ; Professor Laird Close.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 720 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2013.
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Episode 5 Impacts - Bringers of Death ... or Life? Episode 20 Fermi Paradox - Where Is Everyone? Episode 10 Has Mars Always Been Dead? Episode 9 Astrobiology - Life beyond Earth Episode 4 Early Earth and Its Moon Episode 24 Search for Another Earth Episode 7 Common Themes for All Life on Earth Episode 2 Bang! A Universe Built for Life Episode 8 Origin of Terrestrial Life Episode 17 A Tour of Exotic Alien Solar Systems Episode 23 Future of Terrestrial Life Episode 14 Liquid on Titan and Enceladus Episode 1 Is There Life Elsewhere in Our Universe? Episode 11 Evidence for Fossilized Life from Mars Episode 21 Space Travel - A Reality Check Episode 22 Terraforming a Planet Episode 6 Evidence of the First Life on Earth Episode 18 Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life Episode 3 A Star Is Born - Forming the Solar System Episode 15 Discovery of Extrasolar Planets Episode 13 Liquid Assets - The Moons of Jupiter Episode 19 SETI - The Search for Intelligent Life Episode 16 Kepler Spacecraft's Planets Episode 12 Could Life Ever Have Existed on Venus?.
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Taught by Professor Laird Close, The University of Arizona.
Are we alone in the universe? Or does the cosmos pulse with diverse life forms? Life in Our Universe reveals the cutting-edge research leading scientists to believe that life is not exclusively the domain of Earth. Taught by an award-winning professor of astronomy and astrophysics, these 24 stunningly visual lectures offer an unparalleled look at some of the universe's most vexing dilemmas.
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