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Meteoric Diamonds Probably Came From A Long-Lost Planet Sophie+Wilson 18/04/28(Sat)04:32 No. 16649 ID: c5cfef
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In 2008, in the Nubian Desert (Sudan), scientists discovered a meteorite with diamonds, surrounded by layers of graphite. This asteroid-turned-meteor that hit the Earth was 4 meters in diameter and came to be known as 2008 TC3. This body was considered as a compelling discovery because it revealed many secrets, dating back to the beginning of our solar system.

https://www.evolving-science.com/space/meteoric-diamonds-probably-came-long-lost-planet-00641




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