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Extraterrestrials, Martians and UFOs

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UFOs over statues Featured Extraterrestrials Print

UFOs over statues

UFOs over Easter Island statues. Computer artwork of spacecraft (unidentified flying objects, UFOs) hovering over moai statues. This could represent the belief that alien life forms visited Earth and imparted knowledge to ancient man. There are around 1000 statues that stand on Easter Island in the South Pacific, carved out of volcanic rock by islanders between 400 and 1500

© VICTOR HABBICK VISIONS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Panspermia theory of life Featured Extraterrestrials Print

Panspermia theory of life

Panspermia, conceptual image. Panspermia is the theory that the seeds of life on Earth, such as water and organic matter, arrived from outer space. Here, eggs impact water and crack open, releasing seeds into the water. In the theory of panspermia, impacts from comets and other bodies would do the same, kickstarting the evolution of life on Earth. Recent research, from probes such as Deep Impact in July 2005, have revealed that comets do contain water and organic materials, which lends weight to the theory. Panspermia is an ancient notion, but its leading modern proponent was the cosmologist Sir Fred Hoyle (1915-2001)

© DR.JOHN BRACKENBURY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Edward Condon, US physicist Featured Extraterrestrials Print

Edward Condon, US physicist

Edward Uhler Condon (1902-1974), US physicist. Condon's doctorate work was followed by studying in Germany, under Born and Sommerfeld. This resulted in the Franck-Condon principle (1926) in spectroscopy and quantum chemistry. Condon co-wrote two textbooks and directed research at Westinghouse Electric Company from 1937, worked on uranium production during World War II, and lobbied for civilian control of atomic energy. He was director of the National Bureau of Standards from 1945 to 1951. Also known for his Condon Report (1968) on UFOs, he was president of the APS (1946) and the AAAS (1953)

© EMILIO SEGRE VISUAL ARCHIVES/AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY