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Amino Acids Ryugu

13 June 2022

At https://phys.org/news/2022-06-asteroid-samples-clues-life-japan.html … the Japanese mission to the asteroid Ryugu in 2020 is releasing some of its findings. It brought back samples from the surface of the asteroid which are proving very interesting. Scientists have discovered the presence of amino acids and other organic matter that may present us with clues to how life developed on Earth. Protein forming amino acids are an important ingredient – but is it enough?

At https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220608133620.htm … this link is about solar flares. They are described as violent explosions producing immense energy. A study published in Nature, June 2022, claims to have pinpointed the precise location where solar flare charged particles are accelerated. They unleash their power over a much vaster region of the Sun than expected, triggered by a reconfiguration of magnetic field lines.

At https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220608161356.htm … rapid fire radio bursts in hot space. Hot space. This study was also published by Nature.

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