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24 June, 08:06

How is the composition of a meteorite relevant to finding out the composition of Earth's core?

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  1. 24 June, 08:24
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    Since the belief is that the Earth was formed by an enormous number of collisions of meteors, the iron would have collected at the core due to its mass. Many meteorites are about the same age as the solar system so they may resemble the material at the core.
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