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A new technique to scan extremely small meteorite samples for ingredients of life has been developed by NASA scientists to unravel the mysterious origin of life.
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Indian-origin paleontologist, Dr. Sankar Chatterjee, believes that he has found the answer to the question about how life on Earth began more than 3.8 billion years ago.
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A unique theory that talks about how life started on Earth has the potential to reveal clues about where else it might have arisen in the universe.
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Chemical components that are crucial to the start of life on Earth may have primed and protected each other in never-before-realized ways, a new study has suggested.
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Researchers from the University of Hawaii at Manoa NASA Astrobiology Institute (UHNAI) have discovered high concentrations of boron in a Martian meteorite.
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Scientists believe life on Earth may have originated not in warm tropical seas, but with weird tubes of ice - called `brinicles` or ` sea stalactites` - that grow downward into cold seawater near the Earth`s poles.
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A new experiment simulating conditions in deep space has suggested that the complex building blocks of life on Earth could have been created on icy interplanetary dust.
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