Subject: Would radiation in a Seyfert or Quasar galaxy kill life on planets within?
Date: Wed Feb 3 16:36:51 1999
Posted by Wm A Frankart, Ph.D.
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Spokane State/Province: WA
Area of science: Astronomy
Seyfert galaxies and Quasars radiate prodigious amounts of
radiation. Would this likely kill life on planets within such a
galaxy? Could this have happened in our galaxy?
Could such radiation (from an active milky way nucleus)account
for the several extinctions that have occurred on earth?
Re: Would radiation in a Seyfert or Quasar galaxy kill life on planets within?
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