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A pristine chunk of space rock found within hours of hitting Earth can tell us about the birth of the Solar System

By Eleanor K. Sansom, Research Associate, Curtin University
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Within hours of its landing, samples of the Winchcombe meteorite had been recovered and its origins tracked back beyond Mars to the asteroid belt.The Conversation

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