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Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

Update: 2021-11-06
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Incorporation of a late-forming chondrule into comet wild 2, Earth’s water may have been inherited from material similar to enstatite chondrite meteorites, and Cosmic symplectite recorded irradiation by nearby massive stars in the solar system’s parent molecular cloud  


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Ryan Ogliore is Assistant Professor of Physics at Washington University in St. Louis. His research group uses microanalytical techniques to study extraterrestrial materials in order to better understand the formation and evolution of our Solar System, as well as other stars.



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Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

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