Astrobiology Magazine

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Astrobiology Magazine
Astrobiology Magazine cover
Editor Helen Matsos
(Chief Editor and
Executive Producer);
Henry Bortman
(Expeditions Editor);
Aaron Gronstal
(Features Editor);
Sunny Malik
(Project Manager)
Categories Interdisciplinary
Frequency updated daily
Publisher NASA
Year founded 2000; 18 years ago (2000) (as Astrobiology Magazine)
Country United States
Based in United States
Website American edition
European edition
ISSN 2152-1239
OCLC number 463618902

Astrobiology Magazine (exploring the solar system and beyond), or Astrobiology Mag, is an American NASA-sponsored international online popular science magazine containing popular science content, which refers to articles for the general reader on science and technology subjects.[1][2] The magazine reports on missions of NASA and other space agencies, as well as presents news of relevant research conducted by various institutions, universities, and non-profit groups. In addition, the magazine provides a forum through which researchers and the general public can oversee the progress made in fields of study that are associated with the science of astrobiology. According to, the magazine has a "vast archive of stories covering a broad array of topics ... [and] covers science and nature topics relevant to space, innovation and biology, with an emphasis on the existence, detection and exploration of life in the universe".[3] The magazine was created by Helen Matsos, presently Chief Editor and Executive Producer, and began publication in 2000.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b Staff (2017). "Astrobiology Magazine: About Us". Astrobiology Magazine. Retrieved March 11, 2017.
  2. ^ Gronstal, Aaron (June 9, 2009). "The New Astrobiology Magazine". NASA. Retrieved March 11, 2017.
  3. ^ Staff (2017). "Astrobiology Magazine: Summary". Retrieved March 11, 2017.

External links

  • Official Astrobiology Magazine site
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