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Geoscientist Hisayoshi Yurimoto from the Hokkaido University described Ryugu at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference held in Texas in March as the most primitive material in the Solar System they have studied, Space.com reported.
An article in Gizmodo reveals that the scientists have found a number of amino acids on the rock samples that the Hayabusa2 mission took home from the distant asteroid. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins that make essential organic molecules for life. Ancient rocks on Earth also contain them, offering the first evidence that similar molecules exist on asteroids that arrived on the planet billions of years ago.