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Using Spectroscopy To Find Alien Life

Using Spectroscopy To Find Alien Life
Garik Israelian is a spectroscopist, studying the spectrum emitted by a star to figure out what it's made of. In this fascinating TED talk he reveals how similar techniques may one day help us find life.


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Posted by nova on April 21, 2011
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