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Space Agency officials plan to slam a spaceship into an asteroid

It was announced in a joint effort U.S. and European Space Agencies are planning to slam a spaceship into the asteroid Didymos.
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 4 comments

Hundreds of meteorites discovered in Antarctica

A team of scientists on a mission to Antarctica have braved the extremee conditions and have discovered a hoard of over 300 'space rocks'.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Meteorites brought building blocks of life to earth

Scientists studying meteorites -- space rocks big enough to survive the tumble to earth, carrying chemicals that swirled in our solar system's primeval days -- announced they identified life's building blocks on carbonaceous chondrite samples.

Scientists Publish Evidence of Asteroids with Earth-like Crust

A Research team reports two rare meteorites found in Antarctica two years ago are from a previously unknown, ancient asteroid have an outer layer or crust similar in composition to the crust of Earth's continents.
In the Media by Bob Ewing

New Notions of Earth's Origins Needed, Says Geochemist

“Our analyses indicate that a process must have occurred in the first 30 million years of our solar system which resulted in the uneven distribution of matter in the solar system.”

Meteorite Shower of Cash at NY Auction

Collectors of heavenly bodies met in New York for Super Auction with mixed results. While two of the world's best known meteorites failed to pull their weight, a mailbox from Georgia emerged as a new star.
In the Media by Lenny Stoute - 1 comment

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Veins of clay (green) surround both the carbonate (orange) and olivine (blue) in a false-color image...
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Veins of clay (green) surround both the carbonate (orange) and olivine (blue) in a false-color image of a fragment of the Lafayette meteorite taken under the microscope

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