Crystal-studded area rock discovered within the Sahara could rewrite the historical past of the early photo voltaic system

In Might 2020, some uncommon rocks containing distinctive greenish crystals have been discovered within the Erg Chech sand sea, a dune-filled area of the Sahara Desert in southern Algeria.

On shut inspection, the rocks turned out to be from outer area: lumps of rubble billions of years outdated, left over from the daybreak of the photo voltaic system.

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