Recognizing the worldwide efforts underway to develop ground- and space-based infra-structure aiming at the characterization of exoplanets and the exploration of the solar system, and building upon the over 40 years of experience in the area of space research, the University of Bern has created the Center for Space and Habitability (CSH).
University of Bern / Manu Friedrich
December 10, 2014
ROSINA restarts debate on origin of Earth’s oceans
The question about the origin of the terrestrial oceans is one of the most important questions with respect to the formation of the Earth and the origin of life. The most popular theory is that water was brought by impacts of comets and asteroids. Data from the instrument ROSINA from the University of Bern now show, that water didn’t come from comets like Chury.
"What is Life? Evolutionary Perspectives, philosophical considerations and theological questions"
Bern, Switzerland: 20-22 January 2015
Jointly organized by the Center for Space and Habitability (CSH) and the Theological Faculty of Bern University
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