A meteor that struck Australia brought indestructible stardust more ancient than the sun. It's the oldest solid material ever found on Earth.




A meteor that struck Australia brought indestructible stardust more ancient than the sun. It\
A meteor that struck Australia brought indestructible stardust more ancient than the sun. It\'s the oldest solid material ever found on Earth.  
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