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Old 3rd December 2019, 05:01 AM   #993
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Originally Posted by jonesdave116 View Post
Related to the previous, and in the sure belief that Sol will not be able to provide an answer, here is a little bit on hydrated minerals at asteroids;

My bolding. From;

Hydrated Minerals on Asteroids: The Astronomical Record
Rivkin, A. S. et al (2002)

Now, I wonder what the measured temperatures were at the above mentioned comets? Well, not even 400 K, let alone 400 C!
And the resolution on the instrument that measured surface temperature is?

These things, according to Stardust a sample return mission from comet Wild 2, found FLASH heated not BAKED refractory minerals.

Like the comet was made from this stuff??
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