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We shaved a billion years off the age of the youngest known Moon rocks, and rewrote lunar geological history

By Alexander Nemchin, Associate Professor, Applied Geology, Curtin University
Gretchen Benedix, Professor, Curtin University
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Volcanic Moon rocks collected by a Chinese probe last year are around 2 billion years old, a new analysis shows. That’s a billion years younger than those brought back by the Apollo and Luna missions.

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