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  4. 7-billion-year-old stardust is the oldest stuff on Earth  The Washington Post
  5. UChicago, Field Museum scientists discover oldest material on Earth: 7-billion-year-old stardust  UChicago News
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Scientists analysing a meteorite have discovered the oldest material known to exist on Earth.Scientists analysing a meteorite have discovered the oldest material known to exist on Earth.

Oldest material on Earth discovered - BBC News

Scientists recently identified the oldest material on Earth: stardust that's 7 billion years old.Some of these ancient grains are billions of years older than our sun.

7 Billion-Year-Old Stardust Is Oldest Material Found on Earth | Live Science

The oldest solid material on Earth has just been identified, and it predates the Solar System itself by at least a few hundred million years.The oldest solid material on Earth has just been identified, and it predates the Solar System itself by at least a few hundred million years.

The Oldest Known Material on Earth Is Officially Older Than The Solar System

A meteorite that crashed into rural southeastern Australia in a fireball in 1969 contained the oldest material ever found on Earth, stardust that predated the formation of our solar system by billions of years, scientists said on Monday.A meteorite that crashed into rural southeastern Australia in a fireball in 1969...

Oldest stuff on Earth found inside meteorite that hit Australia - Reuters

The Murchison meteorite, which impacted Australia decades ago, contains astral dust that predates the birth of the Sun.The Murchison meteorite, which impacted Australia decades ago, contains astral dust that predates the birth of the Sun.

The Oldest Material Discovered on Earth Is 7-Billion-Year-Old Literal Stardust - VICE

Scientists at the University of Chicago, The FIeld Museum in Chicago publish study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Murchison meteorite in Australia.UChicago, Field Museum scientists discover oldest material on Earth: 7-billion-year-old stardust

Scientists discover oldest material on Earth: 7-billion-year-old stardust | University of Chicago News

Stars have life cycles. They're born when bits of dust and gas floating through space find each other and collapse in on each other and heat up. They burn for millions to billions of years, and then they ...

Meteorite contains the oldest material on Earth: 7-billion-year-old stardust

In 1969, a meteorite broke into pieces above Murchison, Australia. The fragments contain grains of stardust up to 7 billion years old.In 1969, a meteorite broke into pieces above Murchison, Australia. The fragments contain grains of stardust up to 7 billion years old.

Meteor that hit Australia brought stardust older than the sun to Earth - Business Insider

The stardust existed long before our solar system and hitched a ride to Earth on a space rock.The stardust existed long before our solar system and hitched a ride to Earth on a space rock.

7-billion-year-old stardust is the oldest material ever found on Earth - CNET

Some of the ancient grains may have been created by a boom in stars forming in the Milky Way about seven billion years ago.

THE oldest material ever found on Earth has been discovered lurking in a meteorite that fell to our planet. Ancient stardust dating back seven billion years was found by scientists, making the mysterious matter a good deal older than both Earth and the Sun.THE oldest material ever found on Earth has been discovered lurking in a meteorite that fell to our planet. Ancient stardust dating back seven billion years was identified by scientists, making the…

Meteorite contains 7billion-year-old stardust that predates the SUN and is oldest matter on Earth

Grains found in a meteorite that landed in Murchison, Australia formed some seven billion years ago and are believed to be the oldest solid matter on the planet.Grains found in a meteorite that landed in Murchison, Australia formed some seven billion years ago and are believed to be the oldest solid matter on the planet.

Meteorite that crashed to Earth half a century ago contains the oldest matter on the planet | Daily Mail Online

Scientists have found the oldest solid material ever discovered – a piece of stardust that formed some seven billion years ago. Researchers describe the find as "solid samples of stars, real stardust" that is older even than our own sun. Though it is older than any other solid material known to humanity, it only came to Earth 50 years ago when it dropped down on a meteorite.Scientists have found the oldest solid material ever discovered – a piece of stardust that formed some seven billion years ago. Researchers describe the find as "solid samples of stars, real

Scientists find the oldest solid material ever discovered | The Independent

The oldest solid material ever found on Earth has been discovered inside a meteorite that landed near Murchison 50 years ago.The oldest solid material ever found on Earth has been discovered inside a meteorite that landed near Murchison 50 years ago.

Stardust found inside Murchison meteorite in Victoria is oldest-known solid material on Earth - Science News - ABC News

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