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So bacteria can move from planet to planet - without spaceship

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Cornelius Jones
Jun 05, 2016 05:02
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When space agencies are planning to probes such as Mars or the moons of Jupiter, they tend to take a lot of hygienic measures to not ever get with it microorganisms from the soil.

More than possible, according to astronomer Lennart Lindegren who have made such calculations:

- It is almost inevitable that life spread between the planets in our solar system, he says.

But there are even serious speculation that life might have been traveling to other solar systems on completely natural way.

In the vacuum destroyed DNA molecules in the already within a few years, and dehydration, and cosmic radiation helps to decay.

A few billion years ago the sun much closer to other stars.

If the astronomers find evidence of life on other planets, the next question will be if there is independent or not.

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