How asteroid samples in South Australia could unlock origin of life on Earth

December 8th, 2020

The New Daily, Other, 07/12/2020, Samantha Dick
Some say it started with a bang, while others argue it was an act of God. Either way, it’s a question that has perplexed and divided humans for millennia: How did life form on Earth? On Sunday, when a Japanese spacecraft known as Hayabusa2 returned a sample of space rocks to South Australia , we inched a little closer to finding out. […] Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, has been working alongside JAXA since 2014.

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