Posts Tagged ‘Isotopes’

New discovery changes everything we know about Earth’s origin

New research published earlier this week in the journal Nature has revealed that the Earth and other planetary objects formed during the early years of the solar system share similar chemical origins – a discovery that is in stark contrast to what scientists have believed for decades. Using data collected through thermal ionization mass spectrometry, […]

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Isotopes explode theory about the moon’s origin

New research confirms a model of the moon’s origin in which impact pulverizes Earth like […]

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Chemical study confirms theory of Moon formation

In a new study published in the journal Nature, researchers have used state-of-the-art techniques to support the theory that the moon was formed by violent, high-energy impact rather than a mild, low-energy impact. In the 1970s, two sets of astrophysicists independently came to the conclusion that the Moon was created by a glancing collision between […]

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