“The dream is real.” Researchers are commenting today on their discovery in rural England. Remains of a rare meteorite containing important information about the formation of our solar system.
On February 28, at 10:55 pm Paris time, a From England – and from northern France. It was especially filmed by cameras UK Meteorological Surveillance Network. The researchers withdrew their tracks before appealing to residents of the North Cheltenham area to find its remains.
They were originally located – in the form of dust and pebbles – on the side of a path in the village of Winscombe. The researchers then searched the surrounding countryside to pick up several small pieces.
Have you ever wondered what a meteorite fall on the driveway would look like?
The main mass of rock is recovered here (photo 2 shows a small set of teeth sitting on the rock) but the black mouse mark is the meteor dust that forms when the space rock hits the ground. #UKmeteoritepic.twitter.com/4Z7alLKwQN
– Open University: School of Physics (@OU_SPS) March 9, 2021
If scientists are very interested in these remains, it is because . A Carbonaceous. A rare meteorite. Of the 65,000 discovered so far on Earth, only 51 remain. They are the oldest of all, bearing the traces of our creation .The one who left them calls them who they are
Some of its pieces appear completely black and without streaks. Others are dark gray with irregular, pale spots. In short, the original meteorite seems complicated. From a – Collect some samples. Nature brings them to us almost on a plate.And several meteorites also collided. Sometimes there is no need to tickle the asteroids – as the Hayabusa 2 missions did recently
Researchers will now examine these remains in detail and quickly. It is true that they picked them up quickly We really need to help them get valuable information carried by unstable components. Are protected as much as possible by its organic compounds By the earth.
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