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  • n. A biologist whose speciality is exobiology


exo- +‎ biologist (Wiktionary)


  • Day takes a fictional look at a wide-ranging Japanese space.

    The Lensman's Children

  • Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver), in the movie Avatar (2009), is an exobiologist and she runs the Avatar Program on Pandora.

    Dr. Grace Augustine | I Rate Science Fiction Doctors

  • Yesterday was the 10th anniversary of the passing of the great astronomer/exobiologist/science popularizer Carl Sagan, and there's a world-wide blog-a-thon to celebrate.

    I'm an uncle! (first of many follow-ons)

  • Last night we got to watch our friend, the exobiologist Penny Boston, as she donned her moon suit and went into the Crystal Cave.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The crew includes a convicted mass-murderer, who helped posthumans kill many humans in an experiment, because he is the planet's leading exobiologist.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • "Everything will be explained," a government goon tells Jennifer Connelly's exobiologist, Dr. Helen Benson, in "The Day the Earth Stood Still."

    Missed connection

  • "The real question is, how long were the oceans there?" says Michael Meyer, a NASA exobiologist who ponders the possibility of extraterrestrial life in the solar system.


  • Marguerite Hauser is an exobiologist obsessed with "The Subject" who is the main focus of the Eye, the spectacular telescope that allows the alien to be watched.

    REVIEW: Blind Lake by Robert Charles Wilson

  • "An exobiologist should be consulted as well," a third said.


  • The best exobiologist in the galaxy, so good they had to make up new awards for her.

    17th February '04

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