NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) inside the payload fairing atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket at Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.The UK Centre for Astrobiology runs numerous courses, including geology courses for astronauts at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Pictured here are ESA astronauts Pedro Duque (right) and Matthias Maurer (left) with Charles Cockell (centre).There are a plethora of journals publishing scientific results relevant to astrobiology. It is important to seek advice from your advisors and colleagues so that you can make an educated choice when publishing your data.Research in Exobiology is centered on the origin and early evolution of life, the potential of life to adapt to different environments, and the implications for life elsewhere.
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Exobiology Proposals Due May 2018Notices of Intent (NOIs) for 2018 Exobiology proposals are due on April 16, 2018. The ROSES 2018 Exobiology proposal due date is May 24, 2018.04/04
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NASA MISSIONSExploring the Red Planet

The rovers and spacecraft we’ve sent to Mars have found evidence the planet was warmer in the past, with lakes and rivers. Was there life there? Future exploration may find evidence for that as well.

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The gravity on Mars is only 37 percent of Earth’s gravity. Not only could you leap three times higher on Mars, but this lower gravity is one reason why Olympus Mons became the biggest volcano in the solar system.

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