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New meteorite gives clues to origins of Earth impactors

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Old July 3rd 14, 05:17 PM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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Default New meteorite gives clues to origins of Earth impactors

"The space rock is a 470-million-year-old fossil meteorite first spotted
three years ago by workers at Sweden's Thorsberg quarry [...] its
texture and exposure age distinguish the new meteorite from the other
49,000 or so meteorites found so far on Earth."


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