How did life on earth originate? How did life on earth first come into being? This is a question that is still elusive. Researchers are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions. However, Japanese scientists have recently found some evidence for this. Asteroid dust collected by the Japanese spacecraft has been found to contain biomaterials on Earth. By 2020, some prototypes have been brought from the asteroid ‘Ryugu’, which is 300 million kilometers away.
Scientists have begun to study small fragments of small stones weighing 5.4 grams (0.2 ounces) in samples brought to the planet. A team of researchers led by the University of Okayama in western Japan has identified amino acids that are responsible for the origin of life on Earth and other organisms related to the origin of life.
‘The discovery of a protein formed by the synthesis of amino acids on the planet Rue is very important. Because the planet Rugby did not hit the earth like a meteorite. This means that life originated in space. The study said. In 2019, the team tested samples collected by the Japanese ‘Hayabusa-2’ spacecraft and found 23 types of amino acids.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said in a statement that the Ruge pattern has some of the most ancient features of any natural model available to mankind, including meteorites. This model is proof that life on Earth originated in space.
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