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The discovery of an amino acid precursor in a far-flung galaxy is fresh evidence that life has potential to form throughout the universe, scientists say.
Originally posted by wisefoolishness
scientists take another step forward, saying that amino acids essential for life on earth have been found somewhere other than earth. could this not add speculation that there could be intelligent life on other planets, be they advanced or not?
Arp 220, at a relatively nearby distance of about 250 million light years from Earth, is a prototype for understanding what conditions were like in the early universe when massive galaxies and supermassive black holes may have been formed by numerous galaxy collisions.