Meteoritic and volcanic particles may have promoted origin of life reactions

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According to a study published in Scientific Reports, researchers suggest that iron-rich particles from meteors or volcanic eruptions on Earth about 4.4 billion years ago could have played a role in generating the precursors necessary for the origin of life.

Previous studies have proposed that the building blocks…

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