Carbonaceous Chondritic Meteorites
- Dawn Journal: Success at Ceres
- You mentioned it is quite difficult to gather data about organic chemicals when I mentioned that scientist knew before that Ceres is mostly a carbonaceous chondrite asteroid.
- Team from Trichy insists it's a meteor
- A close analysis of the SEM images show the material has the assemblages of innumerable carbonaceous chondrites ranging in size from about 10 to 50 micrometer. The materials were also studied under Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrscopy (FTIR), ...
- Meteorites, not comets, may have brought water to Earth
- CI chrondrites are a subclass of common rocky meteorites known as the carbonaceous chondrites (CC); CI stands for "carbonaceous Ivuna," named for the region in Africa where they were first identified. As the name suggests, CCs contain carbon compounds ...
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