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We've found the first ever 'shocked' zircon crystal from Mars. It provides a new view on when conditions for life may have arisen

By Aaron J. Cavosie, Senior research fellow, Curtin University
Morgan Cox, Geologist, Curtin University
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The zircon crystal was found in the NWA 7034 meteorite, dubbed ‘Black Beauty’ – uncovered from the desert of northwest Africa.The Conversation

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