Ni Mimi. Posted July 23, 2022 Share Posted July 23, 2022 On 7/19/2022 at 2:34 PM, mistermack said: But the cloud that eventually formed the solar system will have had a long history. If it has metals etc, then it will have been involved in a supernova or neutron star collision, or a long history of both. Maybe the star that went supernova had their own planets, that were blown to bits in the explosion. That would leave a mixture of meteorites floating around, some from a core, others from a crust. Of the above, doesn’t that Supernova process then mean a process that occurred after or within the context of the Big Bang? If so, after the said explosion, the elements that occurred, are they defined within the shell, as it were, that they occurred in or within the mother, so to speak, Big Bang’s? That is, at what point does the classification begin? And, Swansont, at what point do you think the differentiation does begin or end? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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