The Alien Hunter's Handbook

How to Look for Extraterrestrial Life

By Mark Brake; Colin Jack (Illustrator); Geraint Ford (Illustrator)
(Kingfisher, Paperback, 9780753468852, 111pp.)

Publication Date: October 16, 2012

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Given the mind-bogglingly large number of other galaxies and planets in the Universe, odds are pretty good that we may have neighbors out there somewhere. The Alien Hunter's Handbook: How To Look For Extra-Terrestrial Life is a practical and entertaining introduction to the field of Astrobiology which shows readers how life evolved on planet Earth, and how to go about finding other forms of life in other parts of the Universe. Although this is a fun, quirky, and visually inventive approach to the search for aliens, it is entirely based on real facts and ongoing, international research, and is written by Mark Brake, a founding member of NASA's Astrobiology Institute. Through five easy-to-follow chapters, the reader will find out where to look for an alien habitat, how long aliens may have been in existence, what they might look like, how we might communicate with them, and whether they may have made contact with-or even visited-planet Earth.



About the Author
MARK BRAKE is Professor of Science Communication at the Centre for Astronomy and Science Education, University of Glamorgan.

Colin Jack is the illustrator of several books for children, including the Galaxy Zack series, Toads on Toast, and 1 Zany Zoo. He also works as a story artist and character designer at Dreamworks, and has been involved in such productions as Hotel Transylvania, Grossology, and Ed, Edd n Eddy.

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