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Chilean telescope finds sugar molecules near star
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30 August 2012
On 30 August 2012 Agence France Presse reported:
Astronomers using a powerful radio telescope in Chile have discovered sugar molecules, one of the building blocks of life, orbiting a young star similar to the sun. 'This is the first time sugar been found in space around such a star,' the European Southern Observatory (ESO), which is administering the project. The astronomers found glycolaldehyde, a sugar compound described as essential to the existence of life, in the gas surrounding the star, located approximately 400 light years from Earth, it said. The discovery, the Observatory noted, 'shows that the building blocks of life are in the right place, at the right time, to be included in planets forming around the star'.
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