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Stories by Mario Livio

Cognition

Curiouser and Curiouser

Astrophysicist and author Mario Livio ventures deep into the human mind in his new book, Why? What Makes Us Curious.

August 1, 2017 — Mario Livio and Steve Mirsky
Arts & Culture

Churchill's Extraterrestrials

Astrophysicist and author Mario Livio writes in the journal Nature and talks to Scientific American about the recently rediscovered essay by Winston Churchill that analyzed with impressive scientific accuracy the conditions under which extraterrestrial life might exist...

February 15, 2017 — Mario Livio and Steve Mirsky
Space

Winston Churchill, Astrobiologist

In 1939, he wrote presciently about the possibilities of extraterrestrial life in a way modern scientists can admire

February 15, 2017 — Mario Livio and Nature
Space

Dark Energy: No Answers but More Questions

Why is the expansion of the universe accelerating? After two decades of study, the answer is as mysterious as ever, but the questions have become clearer

February 17, 2016 — Adam G. Riess and Mario Livio
The Sciences

Why Math Works

Is math invented or discovered? A leading astrophysicist suggests that the answer to the millennia-old question is both

August 2, 2011 — Mario Livio
Space

Hubble's Top 10

As they wait for the space telescope to be serviced one last time, astronomers reflect on its discoveries over the past 16 years

June 26, 2006 — Mario Livio
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