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The cosmic connection; an extraterrestrial perspective. Produced by Jerome Agel.


[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press, 1973.
ISBN 0385004575, 9780385004572, 0385173652, 9780385173650

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Subjects Buitenaards leven.
Kosmologie.
Life -- Origin.
Life on other planets.
Vie -- Origines.
Vie extraterrestre.
Series Anchor Books.
Description xiii, 274 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Summary Discusses practical applications of astronomy, various aspects of our solar system, and the possibility of extraterrestrial intelligence.
Contents 23. The exploration and utilization of the solar system -- III. Beyond the solar system : 24. Some of my best friends are dolphins -- 25. "Hello, central casting? Send me twenty extraterrestrials" -- 26. The cosmic connection -- 27. Extraterrestrial life: an idea whose time has come -- 28. Has the earth been visited? -- 29. A search strategy for detecting extraterrestrial intelligence -- 30. If we succeed -- 31. Cables, drums, and seashells -- 32. The night freight to the stars -- 33. Astroengineering -- 34. Twenty questions: a classification of cosmic civilizations -- 35. Galactic cultural exchanges -- 36. A passage to elsewhen -- 37. Starfolk: a fable -- 38. Starfolk: a future -- 39. Starfolk: the cosmic Cheshire cats.
I. Cosmic perspectives : 1. A transitional animal -- 2. The unicorn of Cetus -- 3. A message from earth -- 4. A message to earth -- 5. Experiments in utopias -- 6. Chauvinism -- 7. Space exploration as a human enterprise: the scientific interest -- 8. Space exploration as a human enterprise: the public interest -- 9. Space exploration as a human enterprise: the historical interest -- II. The solar system : 10. On teaching the first grade -- 11. "The ancient and legendary gods of old" -- 12. The Venus detective story -- 13. Venus is Hell -- 14. Science and "intelligence" -- 15. The moons of Barsoom -- 16. The mountains of Mars: observations from earth -- 17. The mountains of Mars: observations from space -- 18. The canals of mars -- 19. The lost pictures of mars -- 20. The Ice Age and the cauldron -- 21. Beginnings and ends of the earth -- 22. Terraforming the planets
Network Numbers (OCoLC)756158
(OCoLC)ocm00756158
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WorldCat Identities Sagan, Carl, 1934-1996.
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