Organic molecules detect on Comet 67P

Astronomy Science ~ first human spacecraft sent to the surface of Comet to find traces of organic molecules, such as the words of ESA scien...

Astronomy Science ~ first human spacecraft sent to the surface of Comet to find traces of organic molecules, such as the words of ESA scientists who analyzed data from the initial sample laboratory of Philae.

Philae asleep on the surface of the comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko on Saturday, after running out of battery power. Landing control center in Cologne, operated by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), said Philae has found a lot of important data about the comet, although he did a rough landing and landed in a location that is not perfect.

"The nature of the surface they looked very different than previously thought," said Ekkehard Kuhrt, scientific project director, said in a statement. Philae landing on "67P" Wednesday after a thrilling seven-hour trip, traveling as far as 20 km after off of Rosetta. Organic molecules were regarded as essential to life. It was found near the surface of a comet land Philae.

The graph shows the rough landing Philae on the comet 67P
The graph shows the rough landing Philae on the comet 67P
The probe must send evidence of compounds composed of carbon and hydrogen chemical compounds, shortly before Philae 'asleep'.b Even so, scientists still can not verify the type of molecules found in comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko. If it can be ascertained, then the data will show the chemical constituents into the early formation of life on Earth.

Many scientists believe that the Earth's early life comes from molecules that are stored in asteroids and comets.

The reason, they also believe in the Big Bang theory as the beginning of the formation of the earth, at which time an asteroid collided with the earth. "These molecules were detected thanks to 'smell' Cosac. It is an artificial device DLR German Aerospace Centre.

Cosac have equipment olfactory atmosphere and detect the first organic molecules shortly after landing. However, an analysis to identify the molecule is still underway, "the statement DLR German Aerospace Centre.

Although molecules can get related data, Cosac effort to analyze soil excavation results Philae on the comet's surface to no avail. Philae itself has been 'asleep' after working for 60 hours at a comet.

 "Currently we do not get any information at all regarding the number and weight of the soil samples," said Fred Goesmann, Head of Investigation Cosac of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research.
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