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Oldest-ever Igneous Meteorite Contains Clues to Planet Building Blocks

News   Aug 07, 2018 | Original Story by Steve Carr for The University of New Mexico.

 
Oldest-ever Igneous Meteorite Contains Clues to Planet Building Blocks

NWA 11119 is an unusual light-green fusion crust, silica mineral-rich achondrite meteorite. Credit: UNM Institute of Meteoritics.

 
 
 

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