Radioactive Dating with Meteorites

Radioactive Dating with Meteorites

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This is for my science comic strip for may assessment.

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  • Meteorites that go through different stages were large before meteorites changed the original material of solar nebula into a different form.
  • When you are finding out the ages of a very old subject it is very difficult & only good clocks include: measurement, decay objects & radioactive isotopes.
  • Meteorite “Allende” (fell down and hit the earth in 1969 in Mexico) is 30 million ages older than the Earth, and has two atoms from a rare and bright that came from the explosion of a star 4.60 billion ages ago!
  • Interesting!
  • We use radioactive age dating so we can date the ages of different surfaces (when rocks are first formed roughly when the lava cools down and when it turns into crystals ). Meteorites and asteroids that are able to date them too.
  • The biggest possibility is that the number of asteroids and the object that travels around the sun is hitting the Earth and Moon is the same thing for the planets Mercury, Venus and Mars.
  • The main point of this topic is that the more hollow shaped area that someone sees, that explains how older the surface is.
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