The primitive years of the solar system are mysteriously covered, but could life exist, though there was no planet?
Scientists propose life existence in the planetesimal
In Berkeley, University of California, at the Breakthrough Discuss, the Lindy Elkins-Tanton planet scientist, Arizona State University University, suggested suggestions about what life could have planned before.
In the end, Elkins-Tanton said
The planetesimal that received all the elements that needed flowering life during the period of the solar system. It is possible that the terms of the clone lasted for millions of millions of years in planetesimal life, allowing them to develop their lives.
Planetesimals are the blocks of planets. It is possible that these little objects are going to go to Earth like Earth to make their burden livelier. In the end, previous research has already theorized the elements that will give life to the Earth's rocks in space
"All of the planetsimal ones will not be the ones that will come from a catastrophe that would come into a plasma," said Elkins-Tanton. "Some things will fall – like Txelabinsk, for example – to the surface of a cool planet."
Construction of life blocks
He has co-authored Elkins-Tanton, Stephen West, and the students of the ASU to explore the opportunities that arise from their smaller cosmic bodies. All three life components are in planets: liquid water, organic molecules and energy.
For example, radioactive decay
The internal particle of the planetesimal may provide a source, an environment that contains liquid water and a rocky object. These environments can last for millions of years, which creates a great potential for life.
Of course, Elkins-Tanton argues that his team does not argue on the Earth's origins of planetesimal life, but says that this option exists. As it is described, it is a thinking problem that must be taken into account, since, when analyzing the potential, it can create new knowledge in the early stages of the solar system.
"If it were, it could be created around the planetesimal life? Could not we know what evidence we might have on the meteorites?" Elkins-Tanton asks. "And if so, how could they spread the solar system – and a lot of implications for this possibility."
As planetary blocks, the planetarys are cosmic bodies that are of particular interest to scientists like Elkins-Tanton, as well as the NASA mission to explore the Psyche asteroid metal mission.
NASA's New Horizons ship was completed
Last plane of the Kuiper Belt, Thule Ultima planet in March. This rocky rock preserved rock provides scientists the best chance of learning from the planet.
Along with Thule's other features
The surfaces show methanol, water ice and organic molecules. The mission could potentially be given to understand the better-planned astronomers and, therefore, to understand the first life of the solar system.