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The Evolution of the Early Solar System: What Magnetism Can Tell Us

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Our understanding of the early solar system comes in part from studying meteorites. Over the last 10 years, our understanding of the magnetism of these rocks has provided a wealth of unique information regarding the formation and evolution of our solar system and its planetary bodies. Here, I’ll present an overview of recent paleomagnetic measurements on a variety of meteorites and explain what these results can tell us about the thermochemical evolution of planetary bodies both within and outside of our solar system. All colleges and disciplines welcome. Free wine and other refreshments available.

This talk is part of the Larmor Society series.

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