Primer ensayo academico sobre vida extraterrestre publicado en Londres.

remain only a question of time (cf. [14,15]). …!

«The active quest for extra-solar planets has opened a new chapter in the book of the search for extra-terrestrial life. This was already an active field of science with the exploration of the Solar System by means of space probes, which gave rise to a ‘space age’ from 1957 when Sputnik-1, the first Earth-orbiting artificial satellite, was launched. Current technology allows us to land a robotic chemistry laboratory on other Solar System bodies, or return samples to Earth, the latter coming with the advantage of being able to adapt analysis strategies to unexpected findings. Based on our current understanding, Mars, Europa, Enceladus and, if we consider life based on a liquid other than water, Titan are the most promising places for finding life signatures (cf. [16]). A direct search for life on Mars, rather than searching for evidence from fossils, was carried out as early as 1976 with the two Viking landers. However, the outcome of these experiments is still subject to an unresolved controversy (cf. [16,17]). A further opportunity to find alien life forms is given by the study of meteorites found on Earth (cf. [17]), where it is now well established that some of them originate from Mars [18]. However, the exchange of biological material between Solar System bodies might also mean that such life is not distinct from ours, but rather shares a common origin.»

El ultimo numero de la revista cientifica «Philosophical transactions» publica el primer ensayo academico en el mundo sobre vida inteligente fuera de la tierra.


Hasta el sol de hoy, y pese a que a lo largo de mi vida he observado en distintos lugares objetos y estrellas que se mueven, al parecer, con inteligencia y a pasmosas velocidades no observadas en el decursar de satelites y naves espaciales que normalmente conocemos en la tierra, nunca he dado credito a extraterrestres sin la evidencia cientifica. Sin embargo, la vida parece demostrar lo contrario(1) cuando hasta el Vaticano reune a cientificos y teologos para tratar el tema. y ahora, la «Royal Society de Londres», dedica el ultimo numero al tema de los encuenros cercanos. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida, 34232.

(1)»Cientificos espanoles evidencian posibilidad de vida extraterrestre»(Vinculados a un programa de la NASA)

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Scientific magazine from England about alien life.Last issue 2011.

Discussion Meeting Issue ‘»The detection of extra-terrestrial life and the consequences for science and society»‘ organized and edited by Martin Dominik and John C. Zarnecki
February 13, 2011; 369 (1936)

  1. Martin Dominik1,* and
  2. John C. Zarnecki2

+ Author Affiliations

  1. 1SUPA, University of St Andrews, School of Physics and Astronomy, North Haugh, St Andrews KY16 9SS, UK

  2. 2Planetary and Space Sciences Research Institute (PSSRI), The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA, UK
  • *Author for correspondence (
  • Abstract

    Astronomers are now able to detect planets orbiting stars other than the Sun where life may exist, and living generations could see the signatures of extra-terrestrial life being detected. Should it turn out that we are not alone in the Universe, it will fundamentally affect how humanity understands itself—and we need to be prepared for the consequences. A Discussion Meeting held at the Royal Society in London, 6–9 Carlton House Terrace, on 25–26 January 2010, addressed not only the scientific but also the societal agenda, with presentations covering a large diversity of topics.


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