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Across the Universe: Heavenly Visitors — 1 Comment

  1. I am BLOWN AWAY by the fact that organic molecules, including glycine, have been found in meteorites, comet dust, and in the interstellar medium. The organic precursors to life suffuse the very clouds that stars and their planets condense out of; They did not need to develop on Earth – They were (and are) everywhere to begin with!

    I mention this during my Asteroids lecture when I talk about the solar system’s formation.

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