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November 30th, 2006
While such compounds have been found in space debris before, scientists thought they had been picked up after the meteorite entered the atmosphere.
But powerful nanotechnology instruments at the Johnson Space Centre in Texas helped prove the compounds in the Tagish Lake material had formed in space.
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