9780819468420

Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology 10

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  • ISBN13:

    9780819468420

  • ISBN10:

    0819468428

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-09-12
  • Publisher: Society of Photo Optical
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Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.

Table of Contents

Reduced condition on early Earth and ATP-related mechanism of prebiological evolution
Advanced search for the origin of life's homochirality: asymmetric photon induced processes on chiral compounds with far UV circularly polarized synchrotron radiation
Could there have been a single origin of life in a big bang universe?
Importance of the interaction between sodium silicate and organic materials to astrobiology: alcohol-based organo-silicates as potential biosignatures
Contribution to a symbiogenic approach in astrobiology
Microfossils of cyanobacteria in carbonaceous meteorites
Early Proterozoic (2.04 GA) phosphorites of Pechenga Greenstone Belt and their origin
Liquid water in comets: Implications for astrobiology
Stable sulfur isotopes as probes for ancient life in the solar system
The case for vestiges of early solar system biota in carbonaceous chondrites: petroleum geochemical snapshots and possible future petroleum prospects on Mars expedition
Ratios of biogenic elements for distinguishing recent from fossil microorganisms
Stardust and comets
The cometary biosphere
Dust Jets, outbursts, and fragmentation of comets
Searching for an alternative form of life on Earth
Titan: an astrobiological laboratory in the solar system
The revival of life on Mars
The hydrogen peroxide-water hypothesis for life on Mars and the problem of detection
The Biological Oxidant and Life Detection (BOLD) mission: an outline for a new mission to Mars
The Phoenix mission to Mars
Diatoms: unique eukaryotic extremophiles providing insights into planetary change
How do bacteria reach the stratosphere?
VUV-UV absorption spectroscopy of DNA and UV screens suggests strategies for UV resistance during evolution and space travel
Diatoms in space: testing prospects for reliable diatom nanotechnology in microgravity
Extremophiles and chemotrophs as contributors to astrobiological signatures on Europa: a review of biomarkers of sulfate-reducers and other microorganisms
Characterization of a moderately halo-acidophilic bacterium isolated from Lake Brown, western Australia
Diversity evolution, and horizontal gene transfer (HGT) in soda lakes
Investigating microbial diversity and UV radiation impact at the high-altitude Lake Aguas Callentes, Chile
Mitigation of environmental extremes as a possible indicator of extended habitat sustainability for lakes on early Mars
A nanopore-ARROW biosensor for life detection
MR PRISM: a software suite for CRISM analysis
High-resolution light microscopy of nanoforms
In situ search for life traces in extraterrestrial samples by synchrotron x-ray fluorescence 2D and 3D imaging
Great Salt Lake halophilic microorganisms as models for astrobiology: evidence for desiccation tolerance and ultraviolet irradiation resistance
Survival of microbial life under shock compression: implications for Panspermia
ATCG nucleotide fluctuation of Delnococcus radiodurans radiation genes
Radiotolerance of microorganisms isolated from radiation fields on a university campus: implications for shallow subsurface growth of microorganisms on Mars
Astrobiological polarimeter
Apparent blotic micromorphologies of abiotic origin
Is there red soil on Mars? (as proof of water and vegetation)
Microbial extremophiles in evolutionary aspect
Remote sensing capacity of Raman spectroscopy in identification of mineral and organic constituents
Co-evolution of cyanophage and cyanobacteria in Antarctic lakes: adaptive responses to high UV flux and global warming
Living strategies of unusual life forms on Earth and the relevance to astrobiology
The importance of the Maillard-metal complexes and their silicates in astrobiology
Large multicellular filamentous bacteria under the oxygen minimum zone of the eastern South Pacific: a forgotten biosphere
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