About 4.5 billion years ago, a massive star exploded, then giant clouds of gas and dust awaited to come together. Between these dust and gas there were rocks that were also old from Earth. Here comes someone new.
Human beings can now observe other solar systems in the process of formation. The system we were in over time was a young cloud of cosmic dust. In the billions of years these clouds have intensified, some of them are as hard and hot as the Earth. It was the luckiest Earth and took an orbit in the ideal distance to the Sun.
What made up the gas and dust cloud in the solar system was parts of an exploding star. Over 4.5 billion years have passed.
The age of the following rock is 4.6 billion years:
This glistening and green meteor can help scientists understand how your solar system is formed, and still find answers to questions that are waiting to be answered. Located in Northwest Africa, this rock was purchased by an African collector in 2016. Later, New Mxico University was sent to Carl Agee, the planet's geologist. Agee was not sure that this rock was a meteorite. For this reason, the Ph.D. student gave the task to Poorna Sribivasan to examine the body.
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Srinivasan said, "At first we did not think this stone was a meteor, we thought it was in the world, and after we studied it more closely, we saw that it would never come from Earth." The rock, like the volcanic rocks on Earth,
A volcanic meteroid formed by rock, magma or lava cooling and solidification called NWA 11119. It has the privilege of becoming the oldest meteor to be discovered until now
Special crystals called triviite The general structure of the earth's crust is quite similar to that of the rock, and if it is proven that it has a similar structure to other late meteoroids, then the same thing from the same star of the rocks in the Earth will be certain. the formation of our system the views on the umma will be proved.