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Across the Universe: Treasure from Heaven — 3 Comments

  1. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/ancient-spacedust-reveals-surprising-twist-evolution-earths-early-atmosphere-180959054/?utm_source=smithsoniandaily&no-ist

    Sorry to be a bit off topic, but I was wondering if you might comment on this article from the Smithsonian regarding “micrometeorites” and early Earth Atmosphere. The article reminded me of your meteorite hunt! The spherical shape intrigues me. I value your insight!
    Thanks!
    Ed Yepez

  2. That’as a positive reference! As the Maverick Genius just put it: Science “is a social activity that only advances as a community”.
    I’m guessing these micro-meteorites might be related to the Brownlee dust you mention in “star dust messages”. Now I have to look up a picture of the NASA U2.
    This is all way outside and above my “field”, but it sure is interesting. Thanks for the insight!

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