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NASA Mission Suggests Sun and Planets Constructed Differently

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Researchers analyzing samples returned by NASA's 2004 Genesis mission have discovered that our sun and its inner planets may have formed differently than previously thought. Data revealed differences between the sun and planets in oxygen and nitrogen, which are two of the most abundant elements in our solar system. Although the difference is slight, the implications could help determine how our solar system evolved.


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I don't believe that the Genesis Spacecraft discovered the the sun and inner planets may have formed differently, What do members think?

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Hard to tell, really. If that's minor change then I won't be surprised, but I'd be very sceptic about something game changing. That's very unlikely.
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