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Science Library Book Display

In honor of the discovery of 7 new exoplanets, the theme for the current book display at Launders Science Library is Extraterrestrial Life. 

The display features titles exploring the possibility of extraterrestrial life as well as other topics in astrobiology, interstellar travel and how it all relates to life on planet Earth!

The following books can be found at the science library near the new books display.  Stop by often to see new featured selections. 

Are We Being Watched: The Search for Life in the Cosmos (Paul Murdin) 

Astrobiology: A Very Short Introduction (David C. Catling) 

Extraterrestrials: Where are They? (Ben Zuckerman and Michael H. Hart) 

Five Billion Years of Solitude: The Search for Life Among the Stars (Lee Billings) 

How to Find a Habitable Planet (James Kasting) 

Interstellar Travel: Past, Present, and Future (John W. Macvey) 

The Life of Super-Earths: How the Hunt for Alien Worlds and Artificial Cells will Revolutionize Life on our Planet (Dimitar Sasselov) 

Lucky Planet: Why Earth is Exceptional – and What That Means for Life in the Universe (David Waltham) 

Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void (Mary Roach) 

The Science of Aliens (Jack Challoner) 

The Search for Extraterrestrials: Intercepting Alien Signals (Monte Ross) 

Stardust, Supernovae, and the Molecules of Life: Might We All be Aliens? (Richard N. Boyd) 

Talking About Life: Conversations on Astrobiology (Chris Impey) 

To Utopia and Back: The Search for Life in the Solar System (Norman H. Horowitz) 

Voyager: Seeking Newer Worlds in the Third Great Age of Discovery (Stephen J. Pyne)