A Piece of Moon & Mars on Earth

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A Piece of Moon & Mars on Earth
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Assistant Professor of Planetary Sciences in John H Hopkins University, Sarah Hörst, recently received a piece of the Moon and Mars in hand and shared her enthusiasm on Twitter.
For those inquisitive, Sarah gave addition opportunity to answer the most common inquiries:
– The dark one is the Martian one, the dim one is the moon
– The Martian one got on Earth as a result of something that stroked into Mars and sent rocks flying to space and then to Earth!
– They were able to detect it was from Mars by the stone's substance organization and isotopes
This is how it looks like.
A Piece of Moon & Mars on Earth
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Photograph by Sarah Hörst





























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