Micro-High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometer or Detects Mysterious Amino Acid Signals to Find Alien Creatures

Stephanie Geetti, an engineer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Dart Space Flight Center, says that organic molecules in the universe can be discovered by experimental modeling techniques that have been selected as Goddard Space Flight (OASIS) for the development of astronomical cold surface samples by the US National Aeronautics and Astronautics Astronomical Science and Technology Instruments Development Program. The instrument can be carried by the detector, as we will be a well-equipped earth laboratory sent to another asteroid or solar system within a celestial body, when the probe can be launched after the start of the organic molecular signal to explore.

The discovery completely changed the celestial biology, re-energized scientists to find the direction and power of life of the universe, according to our current information, in other parts of the solar system or the universe outside the universe are likely to exist amino acid molecules. Amino acid, as an important component of protein, can indicate the key information of the life of the universe, and the protein is a class of biological macromolecules, complex organic compounds, is considered an important component of Earth's life, the enzyme formed almost involved in all Cell activity can regulate the rate of intracellular chemical reactions.

Given that the amino acid molecule has a chiral character, it is left-handed or right-handed. Scientists use polarized light to find that the Earth's life molecules are almost left-handed, that is, by the L-amino acid, and presumably produce this tendency The reason for the existence of a random process, carrying the left-handed amino acid molecules meteorite fall on the earth, and ultimately make the earth's life almost all "left-handed." In order to find the answer, the Goddard Institute of Astroblastic Biomedicals had a carbon-rich meteorite and tiny particles collected from comets, and found that it was a left-handed property in many meteorite samples with amino acids. This suggests that the presence of L-Amino acids is present in space, and is especially true on asteroids.

(Source: China Chemical Instrument Network)


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