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Dust from exploding stars is raining down on Earth. I hunt it to learn how the elements were made

By Dominik Koll, Dual PhD Candidate, Australian National University
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Traces of radioactive iron from the ocean floor, Antartica and the Moon reveal several waves of dust from distant stars over the past 10 million years.

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