Subject: Subject: Astrobiology: Living breathing planet w/o H2O?
Date: Fri Feb 10 21:20:05 2006
Posted by Kevin
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: General Biology
I've seen a show called "Alien Planet" and it sprung up a new crazy field of
science - astrobiology. The show featured a hypothetical planet that supported
life but had barely any water, so much as an "amoebic" sea. So my question is:
Is it possible for any organism to survive without liquid water? And what does
it mean to be a carbon-based lifeform?
Re: Subject: Astrobiology: Living breathing planet w/o H2O?
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