What is an an astrobiologist?

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An astrobiologist is a scientist who studies life on other worlds in and beyond the Solar System and searches for environments that could sustain life on planets, other than Earth. Astrobiology seeks to comprehend the origin of life and how the biogenic compounds come together to create life.
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