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Scientists find ‘alien’ grain of dust in Antarctica that could challenge our understanding of the solar system – The Independent

A tiny, “alien” grain of dust that was created as a long-gone star died has been found by scientists. The tiny speck of stardust was found inside of a chondritic meteorite in Antarctica, having originally been hurled into space by an exploding star that died…

A tiny, “alien” grain of dust that was created as a long-gone star died has been found by scientists.
The tiny speck of stardust was found inside of a chondritic meteorite in Antarctica, having originally been hurled into space by an exploding star that died…
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