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Wickramasinghe – Hoyle theories vindicated – By: Piyavi Wijewardene Prof. Wickramasinghe told me: “…This new discovery combined with very many others that have come to light over the past two decades establishes beyond doubt that life on Earth came from space and still continues to do so. We are well and truly creatures of the cosmos....
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Russian officials claim scientists with their space agency have discovered microbes in dust samples collected by cosmonauts from outside a window on their space station module. Photo by NASA/UPI | License Photo   “The micrometeorites and comet dust that settle on the ISS surface may contain biogenic substance of extra-terrestrial origin in its natural form,”...
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Letter to the Editor of The Times LONDON, 27 February 2017 . Sir, The recent report of Winston Churchill’s unpublished essay News, Feb 16. 2017), in which he argues that planets outside the solar system are likely to be inhabited, came days before Nasa’s announcement of the discovery of seven Earth-like planets 39 light years away orbiting the star Trappist-l (News, Feb...
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India’s first Astrobiology Conference Life in Space – was organised in the city of MUMBAI by the Indian Astrobiology Research Centre and IARC Centre for United Nations in collaboration with Nehru Science Centre. The conference was a huge success attended by Astrobiology students from across India.  Prof. Chandra Wickramasinghe from Churchill College, Cambridge University, UK delivered the...
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Aug 3, 2015 : Comet Evidence Supports Theory of Cosmic Life http://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-independent/20150803/281998966169777/TextView  
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Report by Chandra Wickramasinghe A sleepy little Indian town called Changa in the district of Anand in the State of Gujarat came alive from 21st-24th June with the descent of scores of astronomers and physicists from across in India and abroad.  The publication of the very first paper by Albert Einstein on the General Theory...
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2014-10-15 : Just 4 days to go to Mars Obiter MAVEN turning from MARS to observe Comet Siding Spring. A short summary video is well worth watching http://youtu.be/AwMjoy_02Ic It should be noted that unlike short-period Comets Halley and 67P/G-C (Rosetta target) which are short period Comets (75 years and 7 years respectively), Comet Siding Spring...
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