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Dossier - Exobiologie : quelle est l'origine de la vie dans l'univers ?
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L'obsédante question de savoir si nous sommes seuls dans l'univers et si, d'une manière plus générale, la vie est universelle, n'a toujours pas reçu de réponse à ce jour. Alors quelle est donc l'origine de la vie dans l'univers ?

  
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