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This inference is drawn partly from the isotopic similarity of hydrogen, nitrogen and other materials on Earth to that of certain asteroids known as carbonaceous chondrites, as measured in meteorite samples, Marty said.
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Origin and Etymology of chondrite
International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek chondros
First Known Use: 1883See Words from the same year
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