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Are we alone?


The science of aliens, 15 October - 26 February 2006, Science Museum, London. Exhibition looking at the possibilities of life on other planets. There are four zones: Alien fiction, exploring the fascination with alien life through films, television and literature; Alien science, investigating how evolutionary studies on Earth are helping scientists understand possibilities for life elsewhere in the solar system; Alien worlds - featuring two fictional, but scientifically credible, planets imagining the kind of life that could evolve; and Alien communications, looking at the search for alien intelligence. Visitors will also see examples of creatures that have adapted to extreme environments in the earth's deepest oceans and volcanoes. For more information and to book tickets, visit www. sciencemuseum. org. uk/aliens; tel: 0870 906 3890

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