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DNA in space, conceptual illustration. It is thought that micro-organisms could survive the harsh conditions of space transported on the surface of space debris, such as comets and meteorites. These micro-organisms may form life on other planets if there are suitable conditions. The panspermia theory suggests the idea that life on Earth originated in this manner. (Photo by: SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY via AP Images)

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December 03, 2018 04:38:46 PM
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