Stardust older than the Earth and sun found in Australian meteorite

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Stardust older than the Earth and sun found in Australian meteorite

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An excellent article and find! I was forming the question of whether this old stardust had to do with the Enceladus-Gaia merger and was very happy that the article answered the question! :)
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Very interesting!

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If you can't get to the Guardian, the source is here - https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2020 ... 1904573117
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