Astrobiology: The Search for Life Beyond Earth | Marta Filipa Cortesão | TEDxUniversityOfPorto

What other environments are there in our solar system and beyond? Could they support life? What would that life look like? In this talk Marta tells us more about the science of Astrobiology and what we can expect in the next space missions to Mars or Jupiter´s moon Europa.
Marta is passionate about Astrobiology and science outreach. Holding a masters degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Faculty of Science of the University of Porto, she did her master thesis at the Centro de Astrobiología (CAB) in Madrid. Currently she is doing a PhD in Space Microbiology at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Cologne.
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  1. Nimallan Zea

    Nimallan Zea

    Πριν 2 ημέρες

    Thanks to Marta Cortesão, I am able to find ideas for my research to seek Life outside Solar System. A simple talk, that drives me to understand a little more about how Life emerged in the beginning. 😇

  2. Santiago Figueroa

    Santiago Figueroa

    Πριν μήνα

    We’re going to find life out there🚀❤️

  3. Roger Kreil

    Roger Kreil

    Πριν 5 μήνες

    Some astrobiologists think that we might not recognize alien life if we found it. If that is true, could things on earth be alive that most people think just undergo chemical reactions like crystals?

    • Nicoletta Jakobi

      Nicoletta Jakobi

      Πριν μήνα

      It is not unthinkable, as there are many different definitions of what life is exactly. A virus for example, it can not replicate without a host cell and does'nt really have metabolic processes, therefore under one defitition it would not be considered alive. If you take the ability of growth and replication as a defining factor of life. A Virus very well might be considered as beeing alive, because oncce it has taken over a cell it can replicate its own DNA. So because of the lack of a clear definition, there could be a lot of things we have not found yet on our planet. I am no expert however, so please take my word with a grain of salt ;)

  4. Shweta Gautam

    Shweta Gautam

    Πριν χρόνο

    Can someone please tell me how to become a astrobiologist ???

    • Nicoletta Jakobi

      Nicoletta Jakobi

      Πριν μήνα

      Idk lots of studying probaly

    • Edu

      Edu

      Πριν 5 μήνες

      Honestly you'd know if that was your path....right? Like only a soccer player knows how to become a pro soccer player or someone who wants to be a firefighter knows to volunteer and take school on it. Id say naturally you'd do that research wouldn't you?

  5. Lucifer

    Lucifer

    Πριν χρόνο

    The most fantastical subject👌

  6. Sherlock Holmes lives.

    Sherlock Holmes lives.

    Πριν χρόνο

    0:58 Professor Carl Sagan ( 9 November, 1934 - 20 December, 1996 ) American astronomer, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, cosmologist, author, science populariser, and science communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences.

  7. ben ten

    ben ten

    Πριν χρόνο

    From India 😀

  8. astro creative

    astro creative

    Πριν χρόνο

    By the way moon is also in the goldilocks zone

  9. astro creative

    astro creative

    Πριν χρόνο

    5.1 k views but only 185 likes why

  10. Ismenia Durães

    Ismenia Durães

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    astrobiology is such amazing

  11. Library of Oral Health in Microgravity

    Library of Oral Health in Microgravity

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    Very interesting discussion. I am always open to comment on my GRgone channel regarding microbes in low/zero gravity. Thx. Also, Space Medicine and Biology Visionaries on Facebook.

    • GlitterBay

      GlitterBay

      Πριν 2 χρόνια

      Claude Frollo yes, NASA and Eiropean Space Agency probably could help direct you.

    • Claude Frollo

      Claude Frollo

      Πριν 2 χρόνια

      Library of Oral Health in Microgravity Space medicine? As in finding vaccines or cures for potentially harmful microbes in space? I've always wanted to be a medical scientist and astrobiology has always been a passion of mine. Is there a career choice that includes both of those?

  12. Dilandue98

    Dilandue98

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    Wonderful! 👏👏👏

  13. Cacti

    Cacti

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    Motto: look for water. I think some text prefer Europa planet as well and Mars.

  14. Wubbywub

    Wubbywub

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    An exciting frontier science

  15. Patrick Pawol

    Patrick Pawol

    Πριν 2 χρόνια

    Unless God intended for there to be life on other planets, then Earth is the only life containing planet in our universe. ISAIAH 45 verse 18.

    • reinman1987cancer

      reinman1987cancer

      Πριν χρόνο

      Yeah um that's not what Isaiah 45:18 says...

    • DaughterofGod777

      DaughterofGod777

      Πριν 2 χρόνια

      Oh!....But God is no limited creator....as Jesus said to a mystic of the Catholic Church, Maria Valtorta, there IS life on other planets!...

    • Sam Steenson

      Sam Steenson

      Πριν 2 χρόνια

      michael cintron I feel kinda bad tbh. Can you imagine having such a limited worldview that you can't and don't want to even imagine life existing elsewhere in the universe and ignoring blatant evidence? With how massive the known universe is, how can anyone even think to believe that we're alone? My future profession literally depends on aliens existing lmao.

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