CASE and NASA Spotlight France

CASE’s contribution to the new Astrobiology Magazine, European Edition is featured in a new issue of the quarterly publication highlighting European scientists who study the history of life on Earth, and the possibility for life beyond our world.

The Spring ‘Spotlight on France’ issue contains the CASE-led Retrospections section.  This month features new essays by Mark Brake and Reverend Neil Hook. They discuss the contributions made to science fiction by Camille Flammarion and Jules Verne in separate essays. Mark Brake and Martin Griffiths also review the life of the astronomer Messier and explain how his findings add to the debate about alien life.

The issue also contains interviews with French scientists Frank Selsis and Roger Bonnet, and stories about research by Andre Brack, Hervé Martin, and Thierry Montmerle, among others. There is an op-ed by Francis Westall about the contributions the French have made to Astrobiology, as well as a podcast interview with Westall about her own important research.

Join us as the Old World of Europe embarks on journeys around the globe and to other worlds, continuing their grand tradition of exploration. As they seek answers about life on Earth and in the universe, read about their pursuits in the latest Astrobiology Magazine, European Edition

written by Mark Brake and Helen Matsos of NASA



4 comments


    prof

    May 7, 2007

    Also many many thanks to Rob Miller for his tireless editing work!! Thanks, Rob

    Dai

    May 7, 2007

    tre bienne! How do I read this magazine? Is it only online?

    Bob

    May 7, 2007

    ooh lah lah! Well done Mark. You are a credit to the university.

    Nicolas Sarkozy

    May 7, 2007

    Pedantic I know, but shouldn’t those comments read ‘tr???s bien’ and ‘ooh la la’.

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