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Volume 15, Number 3, March 1995

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Toward the detection of pure carbon clusters in the ISM
pp. 25-33(9)
Authors: Heath, J.R.; van Orden, A.; Hwang, H.J.; Kuo, E.W.; Tanaka, K.; Saykally, R.J.

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Comets in other planetary systems?
pp. 45-48(4)
Author: Chyba, C.F.

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Cometary origin of the biosphere: a progress report
pp. 49-57(9)
Author: delsemme, A.H.

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Possible evidence of hydrocarbons released by the nucleus of Halley's comet
pp. 65-70(6)
Authors: Moreels, G.; Clairemidi, J.; Rousselot, P.

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Organic analysis of hydrogen cyanide polymers: prebiotic and extraterrestrial chemistry
pp. 71-80(10)
Authors: Liebman, S.A.; Pesce-Rodriguez, R.A.; Matthews, C.N.

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Comets and life in the universe
pp. 81-90(10)
Authors: Oro, J.; Mills, T.; Lazcano, A.

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Characteristics and formation of amino acids and hydroxy acids of the Murchison meteorite
pp. 91-97(7)
Authors: Cronin, J.R.; Cooper, G.W.; Pizzarello, S.

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Origin of amino acids in the early solar system
pp. 107-111(5)
Author: Kerridge, J.F.

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Were micrometeorites a source of prebiotic molecules on the early earth?
pp. 113-126(14)
Authors: Maurette, M.; Brack, A.; Kurat, G.; Perreau, M.; Engrand, C.

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Formation of Bioorganic compounds in planetary atmospheres by cosmic radiation
pp. 127-130(4)
Authors: Kobayashi, K.; Kaneko, T.; Tsuchiya, M.; Saito, T.; Yamamoto, T.; Koike, J.; Oshima, T.

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Radiation and thermal stabilities of adenine nucleotides
pp. 131-134(4)
Authors: demidov, V.V.; Potaman, V.N.; Solyanina, I.P.; Trofimov, V.I.

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Exobiology research on space station freedom
pp. 135-138(4)
Authors: Huntington, J.L.; Stratton, D.M.; Scattergood, T.W.

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Extinction of dinosaurs: a possible novel cause
pp. 139-146(8)
Authors: Ramadurai, S.; Lloyd, D.; Wallis, M.; Wickramasinghe, N.C.

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Exobiological exploration of mars
pp. 151-156(6)
Authors: Klein, H.P.; deVincenzi, D.L.

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Site selection for mars exobiology
pp. 157-162(6)
Authors: Farmer, J.; des Marais, D.; Greeley, R.; Landheim, R.; Klein, H.

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Life on mars? I. The chemical environment
pp. 163-170(8)
Authors: Banin, A.; Mancinelli, R.L.

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Life on Mars? II. physical restrictions
pp. 171-176(6)
Authors: Mancinelli, R.L.; Banin, A.

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Chemical studies on the possible existence of life on Mars
pp. 177-184(8)
Authors: Ponnamperuma, C.; Navarro-Gonzalez, R.; Honda, Y.

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Phosphorus as a potential guide in the search for extinct life on Mars
pp. 185-191(7)
Authors: Weckwerth, G.; Schidlowski, M.

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Search for life on Mars: evaluation of techniques
pp. 193-197(5)
Authors: Schwartz, D.E.; Mancinelli, R.L.; White, M.R.

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A preliminary comparison of two perennially ice-covered lakes in Antarctica: analogs of past martian lacustrine environments
pp. 199-202(4)
Authors: Andersen, D.T.; Doran, P.; Bolshiyanov, D.; Rice, J.; Galchenko, V.; Cherych, N.; Wharton, R.A.; McKay, C.P.; Meyer, M.; Garshnek, V.

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Biochemicalconstraints for survival under martian conditions
pp. 203-210(8)
Authors: Dose, K.; Stridde, C.; Dillmann, R.; Risi, S.; Bieger-Dose, A.

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Studies in the search for life on mars
pp. 211-214(4)
Authors: Koike, J.; Oshima, T.; Kobayashi, K.; Kawasaki, Y.

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Biogeochemical evidence of microbial activity on mars
pp. 215-221(7)
Authors: Ivanov, M.V.; Lein, A.Y.

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Preservation of cell structures in permafrost: a model for exobiology
pp. 237-242(6)
Authors: Soina, V.S.; Vorobiova, E.A.; Zvyagintsev, D.G.; Gilichinsky, D.A.

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A primitive cyanobacterium as pioneer microorganism for terraforming mars
pp. 243-246(4)
Authors: Friedmann, E.I.; Ocampo-Friedmann, R.

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Modern aspects of planetary protection and requirements to sterilization of space hardware
pp. 251-255(5)
Authors: demidov, V.V.; Goncharov, A.A.; Osipov, V.B.; Trofimov, V.I.

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Designing planetary protection into the Mars observer mission
pp. 257-260(4)
Authors: Sweetser, T.H.; Halsell, C.A.; Cesarone, R.J.

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The experimental study of microbial contamination of the space hardware
pp. 273-276(4)
Authors: Vasin, V.B.; Trofimov, V.I.

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Legal aspects of planetary protection for Mars missions
pp. 281-284(4)
Authors: Sterns, P.M.; Tennen, L.I.

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The physical nature of Titan's aerosols: laboratory simulations
pp. 313-316(4)
Author: Scattergood, T.W.

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Raindrops on Titan
pp. 317-320(4)
Author: Lorenz, R.D.

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The low temperature organic chemistry of Titan's geofluid
pp. 321-333(13)
Authors: Raulin, F.; Bruston, P.; Paillous, P.; Sternberg, R.

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Analytical pyrolysis experiments of Titan aerosol analogues in preparation for the Cassini Huygens mission
pp. 335-342(8)
Authors: Ehrenfreund, P.; Boon, J.J.; Commandeur, J.; Sagan, C.; Thompson, W.R.; Khare, B.

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On the levels of enzymatic substrate specificity: implications for the early evolution of metabolic pathways
pp. 345-356(12)
Authors: Lazcano, A.; Diaz-Villagomez, E.; Mills, T.; Oro, J.

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Role of trace metal ions in chemical evolution. The case of free-radical reactions
pp. 357-364(8)
Authors: Navarro-Gonzalez, R.; Ponnamperuma, C.

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Direct interaction between amino acids and nucleotides as a possible physicochemical basis for the origin of the genetic code
pp. 365-382(18)
Authors: Hobish, M.K.; Wickramasinghe, N.S.M.D.; Ponnamperuma, C.

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Production and evolution of carbonaceous material by ion irradiation in space
pp. 385-399(15)
Authors: Strazzulla, G.; Baratta, G.A.; Spinella, F.

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Carbonaceous matter in cometary dust and coma
pp. 407-411(5)
Author: Krueger, F.R.

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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ions and the diffuse interstellar bands
pp. 413-422(10)
Authors: Salama, F.; Allamandola, L.J.

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Cosmic dust analog simulation in a microgravity environment: the stardust program
pp. 423-426(4)
Authors: Ferguson, F.; Lilleleht, L.U.; Nuth, J.; Stephens, J.R.; Bussoletti, E.; Carotenuto, L.; Colangeli, L.; dell'Aversana, P.; Mele, F.; Mennella, V.; Mirra, C.

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Isotopic ratios in planetary atmospheres
pp. 427-440(14)
Author: de Bergh, C.

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