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How scientists found rare fireball meteorite pieces on a driveway – and what they could teach us

By Monica Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences, The Open University
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It looks like a broken barbeque brickette, but the newfound meteorite is a capsule of the Solar System's history that could reveal the secrets of the origin of life.

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