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Solar System Formation Dust Discovered

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Solar System Formation Dust DiscoveredScientists have just discovered remnants of the interstellar dust particles that helped build our planets and sun billions of years ago, a new study said.
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Scientists just found stardust right here on Earth that predates the formation of our solar system.

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