Ice and the origins of life on Earth (Medium)
The James Webb Space Telescope recently detected the coldest ices ever in outer space, something Nasa scientists think could explain the origins of life on Earth. Sam and Neil talk about science and teach you related vocabulary.
This week’s question
We know ice is frozen water, but do you know the chemical symbol for water?
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
environment on Earth before there were any plants or animals, and which formed the conditions for life
building blocks of life
most basic biological and chemical units capable of supporting living plants and animals
large object made of dirt and ice travelling around the sun with a bright, burning tail
flash of bright light produced by electricity moving in the atmosphere
relating to living plants and animals; food grown without the use of artificial chemicals
series of chemical reactions in which one change causes another, which in turn, causes Southern
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