Alien life: NASA discovery underestimated - Ceres finds building blocks of LIFE
6/14/2018 9:56 AM EST
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The Spectrometer analysed the different patterns and frequencies in which sunlight interacts with Ceres’ surface to get an idea of the planet’s chemical composition.
NASA’s research team compared the data with organic rocks back on Earth to develop a standard against which it would conduct further scans.
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