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written by Larry R. Nittler
This site offers information about presolar grains.  It discusses what they are, how to identify them, the different kinds, and what can be learned from presolar grains.  If you need more information there are additional links to go to.
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© 1999 Larry R. Nittler
meteor, space rocks, star dust
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