Research sheds light on age of Martian meteorites

07/25/2013 | Space.com

University of Wyoming researchers studying Martian meteorites have found evidence that these rocks might not be as old as previous studies have suggested. Their study, published in Nature, examined tiny samples of a meteorite, focusing on isotopes. The researchers plan to measure the ages of more meteorites from Mars, as well as those from the moon and from asteroids.

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