This can be explained by an old theory.
Japan’s space agency JAXA recently announced that it has discovered something special in the debris brought back to Earth by the Hayabusa-2 spacecraft. The debris was brought from a planet 300 million kilometers from Earth and weighs only 5.4 grams. Following the Guardian’s article on the big hit Hungarian qubit Also informed. In any case, the discovery may once again provide a breeding ground for a very old theory, according to which some conditions for life on Earth did not even develop on Earth, but came from somewhere outside the Earth, from deep space.
Incredibly, this is the first discovery of real water from the near-Earth asteroid Rugu. JAXA’s probe Hajabussa-2 reached the diamond-shaped asteroid in 2018, then touched down in the South Australian desert in December 2020. After examining the structure of the asteroid and making serious observations, the experts determined, based on the numbers and observations, that the asteroid may have once been part of another larger asteroid.
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The asteroid is rich in carbonates and carbonate rocks. In the past, discoveries from the planet have provided important information in other scientific discoveries, so they have provided evidence that, among other things, the amino acids necessary for the development of life on Earth were created in space.
Therefore, in connection with the recent great discovery, a theory can be imagined that the Earth’s oceans may have been created billions of years ago when an asteroid similar to Rugu collided. This is now direct proof of this theory, which has long held sway within the ranks of the scientific world.
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