10, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Using computer simulations, scientists from the NASA Astrobiology Institute team at the University of Hawaii are shedding light on a question that has challenged astronomers for years: What causes wide binary stars?
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NAI stands for NASA Astrobiology Institute
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A founding member of the Nasa Astrobiology Institute science communication group, Brake adds that many scientists believe in the existence of life in other galaxies, even if only in microscopic form.
According to the study conducted by NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) team at the Georgia Institute of Technology, there is considerable evidence that the evolution of life passed through an early stage when RNA played a more central role, doing the jobs of DNA and protein before they appeared.
Other sponsors included NASA, New Settlement Apartments, the Mars Millennium Council, the Universities Space Research Association, the NASA Astrobiology Institute, and the National History Museum.
The research is funded by the NASA Astrobiology Institute and is being written by a group of scientists led by Kathie Thomas-Keprta of Lockheed Martin at the Johnson Space Center.
Dr Blumberg at various times was a researcher at the NIH, founding director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI), a Senior Advisor for Biology to the Administrator of NASA in Washington, DC.
These geochemical records were supported by models of the ancient atmosphere performed by colleagues at the NASA Astrobiology Institute, led by Dr Mark Claire (currently at the University of East Anglia, UK) and Dr Shawn Domagal-Goldman, which demonstrated how the transitions could be caused by changes in the rate of methane production by microbes.
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