en-Meteorite discovered since the creation of the Earth

26/07/2021
The 4.6bn-year-old space rock found by Derek Robson in March. Credit: Loughborough University
The 4.6bn-year-old space rock found by Derek Robson in March. Credit: Loughborough University

Last minute discovery! A simple meteorite could prove life on Earth and create the Solar System. As we said in another article that JAXA discovered an asteroid that can create life and also said that the celestial bodies that were here when life was created on Earth could return. now. So, first of all, this simple but valuable meteorite for humanity at this moment. The meteorite is over 4.6 billion years old, approx. how the Earth was formed.

What is fascinating about him is the fact that he has a horse horseshoe mark on him. This small and simple ancient meteorite was found in England, namely Gloucester. Researchers have suggested that it is very rare and what it is made of, that's why it makes it very valuable, according to them it has a scientific name of what it is made of: carbonic chondrite. The one who annoyed the meteorite is Derek Robson, a resident of Loughborough. He has been finding it since March, but researchers have only known about it for a few days.

In a press interview, researchers and scientists said that this small ancient metro may be from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. This asteroid belt contain the most famous and sometimes largest asteroids and was formed at the beginning of the Solar System, so we may have this kind of surprise in the coming years. This meteorite remained in England and is being studied by researchers and scientists at Loughborough University.

According to "techexplorist.com" one of the researchers said:

"The internal structure is fragile and weakly bonded, porous with cracks and fissures. It seems that it has not undergone thermal metamorphism, which means that it has been sitting there, on Mars, untouched, since none of the planets was created, which means that we have a rare opportunity to examine a piece of our primordial past. Most of the meteorite contains minerals such as olivine and phyllosilicates, with other mineral inclusions called chondrules. But the composition is different from anything you find here on Earth. It's potentially different from any other meteorite I've found - probably containing a chemistry or physical structure hitherto unknown that has never been seen in other recorded meteorite samples, "said researcher Shaun Fowler - a specialist in optical and electron microscopy at Loughborough Materials Characterization Center (LMCC).

We wish success to all researchers and scientists to find out as much as possible about this meteorite, as well as to other people working on it and we thank the resident who found this meteorite.

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