Scientists studying the particles picked up during the probe’s mission have found that they contain characteristics unlike those of the aluminium powder and dust samples already collected.
Sunday, 24 August 2014
Has Hayabusa picked up alien life?
Scientists are said to have discovered minute particles that may contain extraterrestrial life from outside Earth. An analysis conducted by electronic microscopes shows the particles containing characteristics that are different from dust or aluminium powder samples already collected, according to Japanese reports.
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