The fireball that lit up the skies over the United Kingdom and northern Europe on February 28 was an extremely rare type of meteorite.
According to experts, this meteorite could provide answers to questions about the early history of the solar system and life on Earth.
About 300 grams of the meteorite were collected from a small town in Gloucestershire, Britain, by scientists who said that the rock was formed from carbonic chondrite, according to CNN news.
And carbon chondrite, a non-metallic stone meteorite whose properties did not change from the parent body due to fusion or contrast.
The material that makes this meteorite is the most primitive and pure material in the solar system, and is known to contain organic matter and amino acids (components of life).
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