"You are Made of the Dust of Exploded Stars!"
Learning Community Astrobiology AS101 (Introduction to Astronomy) and
BI01 (General Biology) or BI107 (Principles of Biology I) linked
at NASA exploring the living Universe.
Institute of Washington's NASA astrobiology Institute Hydrothermal Systems: Physical, Chemical, and Biological
Evolution and Cosmic Environments
Center for Astrobiology Origin and
Evolution of Organics in Planetary Systems
Institute Planetary Biology, Evolution and
Montgomery College Planetarium yearly "The
Search for Extra-Terrestial Intelligence" program
of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Space flight
A walk through time mainly earth biology
Course Activity: Write about and Map the life Cycle of a Proton from
the big bang, to the intestellar medium, to a star, to a supernova
explosion, to its incorporation into a terrestrial planet, to its use
by an archaian life form, to its use by metabolism of a fungi, to its
use by metabolism in you.
APOD, Astronomy Picture of the Day Archieves astronomy and biology
Last modified 12:11P.M. EST Saturday, November 26, 2005 by Dr. Harold Alden Williams.