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Young Sun, Early Earth and the Origins of Life: Lessons for Astrobiology

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- How did the Sun come into existence?
- How was the Earth formed?
- How long has Earth been the way it is now, with its combination of oceans and continents?
- How do you define life ?
- How did the first life forms emerge?
- What conditions made it possible for living things to evolve?
All these questions are answered in this colourful textbook addressing undergraduate s
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Paperback, 301 pages
Published January 11th 2013 by Springer (first published August 29th 2012)
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Kadri
Feb 05, 2016 Kadri rated it really liked it
It's an interesting textbook that covers such topics as the environmental conditions on the early Earth, how life could have evolved on Earth, and whether there might be life somewhere else. All in all it's a mixture of biology, geology, astronomy and chemistry.
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