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Lecture 3 Imagining Other Worlds. Lecture 3: Imagining Other Worlds. Lecture 4 The Copernican Revolution. Lecture 4: The Copernican Revolution.

Life in the Universe

Lecture 5 The Chemical Revolution. Lecture 5: The Chemical Revolution. Lecture 6 The Geological Revolution. Lecture 6: The Geological Revolution. Lecture 7 The Biological Revolution. Lecture 7: The Biological Revolution. Lecture 8 The Cosmological Revolution. Lecture 8: The Cosmological Revolution. Lecture 10 The Air We Breathe. Lecture The Air We Breathe. Lecture 11 The History of the Earth. Lecture The History of the Earth.

Lecture 12 Climate Regulation and Climate Change. Lecture Climate Regulation and Climage Change. Lecture 13 What is Life? Lecture What is Life?

Lecture 15 The Chemistry of Life. Lecture The Chemistry of Life. Lecture 17 Life on the Edge.

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Lecture Life on the Edge. Lecture 18 The Origin of Life on Earth. Lecture The Origin of Life on Earth. Lecture 20 The History of Life on Earth. Lecture The History of Life on Earth. Lecture 21 Impacts and Extinction. Lecture Impacts and Extinction. Lecture 22 The Family of the Sun.

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Lecture The Family of the Sun. Lecture 23 Terrestrial Worlds in Comparison. Lecture Terrestrial Worlds in Comparison. Lecture 24 The Jovian Planets. Lecture The Jovian Planets. Lecture 25 The Requirements for Life. Lecture The Requirements for Life. Lecture 26 The Deserts of Mars.

Lecture The Deserts of Mars. Lecture 27 Is There Life on Mars? Lecture Is There Life on Mars? Lecture 28 The Galilean Moons of Jupiter. Lecture The Galilean Moons of Jupiter.

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Lecture 29 The Children of Saturn. Lecture The Children of Saturn.


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Lecture 30 Goldilocks and the Three Planets. Lecture Goldilocks and the Three Planets.

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Lecture 31 The Properties of Stars. Lecture The Properties of Stars. Lecture 32 Meet the Neighbors. Lecture Meet the Neighbors. Lecture 33 The Lives of Stars. Lecture The Lives of Stars. Lecture 34 Habitable Zones around Stars. Lecture Habitable Zones Around Stars. Lecture 36 Strange New Worlds. Lecture Strange New Worlds.

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Lecture 37 The Pale Blue Dot. Lecture The Pale Blue Dot. Lecture 38 Intelligent Life in the Universe. Lecture Intelligent Life in the Universe. Lecture 39 The Drake Equation. Lecture The Drake Equation. Lecture 41 Interstellar Travel and Colonization. How can you define life? What signs are we looking for? What would the reaction be if other forms of life were discovered?

This "Life in the Universe" project is being mounted in collaboration with the research directorate of the European Commission for the European Week of Science and Technology in November this year. Competitions are already under way in 23 European countries to find the best projects from students aged between 14 and Entries can be in one of two categories: scientific or artistic. The projects can, therefore, be essays, newspapers, websites, artworks, poetry or even a theatrical or musical performance.

Two winning teams from each country, one in each category, will be invited to a final event at CERN in Geneva on November to present their projects to an international panel of experts at a special event devoting three days to enquiring into the possibility of other life forms existing in our Universe. This final event will be broadcast all over the world via the Internet. The home base of the project is a vibrant website Life in the Universe where details of the programme can be found.

It is still under development but already has a wealth of information and links to national websites, where all entries are posted. Wilson esa.