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Will Scientists Ever Discover Life Without A Home Planet? (Synopsis)

15 Aug 2017, 12:45 UTC
Will Scientists Ever Discover Life Without A Home Planet? (Synopsis) Gemini Observatory / AURA
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We talk about the origin of life on Earth with bated breath, wondering all the time how things occurred to make our planet unique. But within that big question lies an assumption that may not be true: that life on Earth originated on Earth itself. It’s entirely possible, based on what we’ve seen out there in the Universe, that life didn’t originate here at all. Rather, it could have come from a primitive, pre-existing world, or even from the depths of interstellar space itself.

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