THE ICE IN SPACE MIGHT FLOW LIKE HONEY AND BUBBLE UP LIKE CHAMPAGNE

Radiation can make the ice act like a liquid which favours the growth of organic molecules. The researchers from Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan found that ice in space behaves like a liquid at -2100C and -1200C temperature range. This favours the formation of the organic compounds that include prebiotic molecules along with dust for the formation of planets.

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