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Astronomy / Other Worlds #703798

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 23, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) Astronomers' reconsideration of life on other planets following new discoveries examined; details given of the excitement about a star that seems to be creating a new planet. [Rose Center for Earth & Space Michael SHARRA - says there may be a trillion planets & we don't know if there is life in the universe.] [Carnegie Institution Alan BOSS - comments on what can be learned.] [American Museum of Natural History Edmond MATHEZ - outlines the chemical energy & water needed for life.] [Astronomer Geoff MARCY - says there must be other planets like Earth.]

Blackstone, John;
Roberts, John

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