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Across the Universe: Pennies from heaven — 1 Comment

  1. I know so little of Meteoritics, being rather mesmerized by exoplanetary astronomy and studies of the Jovian / Saturnian moon systems as my particular hobby horses. This article will definitely encourage me to read more in this area – and also visit the Cairns Cathedral when I can! (regretfully, I live in the same state but have never been to that church nor seen those lovely stained-glass cosmic representation…) Welcome food for thought 🙂

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