'Rubber-ducky' asteroid 200 million miles away holds building blocks of life

‘Rubber-ducky’ asteroid 200 million miles away holds building blocks of life

For the first time, scientists have found the building blocks for life on an asteroid in space. 

Japanese researchers have discovered more than 20 amino acids on the space rock Ryugu, which is more than 200 million miles from Earth.

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