Stories by Donald Goldsmith
Scientific American Volume 306, Issue 3
Some say its glory days are long gone, but the universe has life in it yet. Brand-new types of celestial phenomena will unfold over the coming billions and trillions of years
Astronomers are on the verge of finding other Earths—but still far from knowing whether they are inhabited
- March 1997 | More Science
DONALD GOLDSMITH is an astronomy writer in Berkeley, Calif. His most recent book, The Hunt for Life on Mars, has just been published by E. P. Dutton.