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For the first time, extraterrestrial water has been found in a meteorite that crashed into the Earth in the United Kingdom.

The Winchcombe meteorite, which struck a road in the town of Gloucestershire last February, is also believed to contain information about the origins of the water that makes up the planet's immense seas, according to the Independent.

The discovery was expounded by Dr. Ashley King at The British Science Festival — Europe’s longest-standing science Festival, which travels to a different place in the United Kingdom each year.

Dr. Ashley King, a researcher in the planetary materials group at the Natural History Museum, stated that water made up 12 percent of the sample and that as the least contaminated specimen collected, it provides a wealth of information.

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