Billion-year-old rocks in the Australian desert have yielded a rare mineral previously thought to only exist on the Moon or in lunar meteor samples that have crash-landed here. Its discovery here on Earth is expected to help scientists better understand the history and geology of the Earth and the moon — which may not be so different after all.
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