We report the discovery for the first time of fossilised diatoms in a carbonaceous meteorite
that fell in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka on 29 December 2012. Contamination is
excluded by the circumstance that the elemental abundances within the structures match
closely with those of the surrounding matrix. There is also evidence of structures
morphologically similar to red rain cells that may have contributed to the episode of red rain
that followed within days of the meteorite fall. The new data on fossil diatoms provide
strong evidence to support the theory of cometary panspermia.
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It could, according to this; offer an explanation for the so called red rains occurring after fallen meteorites. Hallelujah it's raining ET?