Cosmic Dust Is Everywhere, and There Might Be Some on You!

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Nearly 60 tons of cosmic dust falls on Earth every single day, but where does it come from?

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Fossilized Cosmic Dust Found in the Iconic White Cliffs of Dover
“Micrometeorite fossils embedded in the cliffs could help explain events that took place as many as 98 million years ago.”

Interstellar Visitor's Icy Core May Be Coated by Organic Crust From Cosmic Rays
“Interstellar spacecraft could be cigar- or needle-shaped because this would make it easier for a spacecraft to pass through dust or gas between galaxies.”

Cosmic Dust Curator
“The ultra-clean Cosmic Dust Laboratory, established in 1981 to handle particles one-tenth the diameter of a human hair, curates over thousands of cosmic dust particles and distributes samples to investigators worldwide.”
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Cosmic Dust Is Everywhere, and There Might Be Some on You!

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