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It was generally believed that cyanobacteria, the blue-green algae, that evolved photosynthesis appeared 2.5 billion years ago when the `Great Oxidation Event` (a spike in oxygen levels) happened.
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Oxygen production by photosynthetic cyanobacteria may have initiated as early as three billion years ago, much earlier than previously thought, scientists say.
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One of science`s greatest mysteries is how and when oxygenic photosynthesis-the process responsible for producing oxygen on Earth through the splitting of water molecules-first began.
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NASA is funding a new research project which may help humans move one step closer to colonizing space.
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