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Stardust from ancient stellar explosions finds its way to earth in the form of microscopic rocks called presolar grains. Identifying the origin of these grains is difficult, but a new experiment may shed some light on this 5-billion-year-old question. Image credit:David A. Hardy

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Safwan Shanab, NSCL
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