About Paul Bracken

Back in the eighties, astronomer Carl Sagan established a space advocacy group called The Planetary Society, based in Pasadena, California. Author Paul Bracken was the society's representative in Ireland, and he became known as a leading planetary science educator and evangelist. In 1993, Bracken was recognized by The Planetary Society's founders, for his "extraordinary initiative and effort in support of the exploration of the solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life." His latest book explores what it means to be human, and what our fate may be.

Website: paulbracken.com

Paul Bracken’s Books

Gilgamesh in the 21st Century

“Must I die?” asked Gilgamesh. Forty five centuries later, we’re still asking the same question. Science writer Paul Bracken embarks on a lighthearted assessment of the human condition, to explore what it means to be mortal, and what our fate may be. This scientific reimagining of the ancient Gilgamesh quest delves into a multitude of… [Read More]

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