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Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics
The search for life elsewhere in the universe is a pivotal question in modern science. However, to address whether life is common in the universe we must first understand the likelihood of abiogenesis by studying the origin of life on Earth. A key missing piece is the origin of biomolecular homochirality: permeating almost every life-form on Earth is the presence of exclusively levorotary amino acids and dextrorotary sugars. In this work we discuss recent results suggesting that life'sdoi:10.1142/9789814304887_0002 fatcat:fyipz7675ndlpilysjztrpey5y