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Lecture 12: Biologically Reversible Exploration
Chris McKay, Planetary Scientist with the Space Science Division of NASA Ames Research Center, discusses a novel idea - based on the human valuation of life, the mission of astrobiology should be to spread the beauty and diversity of life into the stars.

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