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Opinion Georges Lemaitre's first-time atom, or the big bang in English, was the beginning of the universe. From a very small thing began to appear the elements, matter, gases, liquids, like water, then the nebulae, within them the solar systems with their planets, satellites and comets. A small solar system in a corner of a small galaxy called the Milky Way had several planets, some large and other boys; among the little ones one had water where over time surfaces appeared with chlorine arrowdoi:10.32474/tooaj.2020.02.000146 fatcat:u5kc7z3x55dp7mw3s4deafbhva