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Building blocks of Life in Titan’s Atmosphere – NASA

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A simulation of the atmosphere of the moon of Saturn, Titan, has shown that complex organic blocks that could lead to creating life have been found lower in the atmosphere of the moon than previously estimated.

The research that has been done by Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA, shows that the upper atmosphere of Titan is hospitable to the formation of complex organic molecules, as principal investigator Mark Allen suggests. Furthermore he suggests that sun on the lower atmosphere can ignited reactions that could lead to the formation of liquids and solids and not just gases.

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