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us: Space biology


  • Here are entered works on the biology of humans or other earth life while in outer space. Works on the study of processes occurring in outer space that are relevant to biology, especially the origin and evolution of life, are entered under [Exobiology.] Works on life indigenous to outer space are entered under [Life on other planets.] Works on the prospective use of the science of anthropology in dealing with intelligent beings in outer space, or establishing earth colonies on extraterrestrial bodies, are entered under [Extraterrestrial anthropology.]
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  • Variants

    • us: Bioastronautics
    • us: Cosmobiology
  • Broader Terms

    • us: Biology
    • us: Space sciences
  • LC Classification

    • QH327-QH328
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on the biology of humans or other earth life while in outer space. Works on the study of processes occurring in outer space that are relevant to biology, especially the origin and evolution of life, are entered under [Exobiology.] Works on life indigenous to outer space are entered under [Life on other planets.] Works on the prospective use of the science of anthropology in dealing with intelligent beings in outer space, or establishing earth colonies on extraterrestrial bodies, are entered under [Extraterrestrial anthropology.]
  • Example Notes

    • Notes under [Exobiology; Extraterrestrial anthropology; Life on other planets; Space sciences]
  • Change Notes

    • 1986-02-11: new
    • 2007-03-29: revised
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