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Abundance of highly siderophile elements in lunar basalts controlled by iron sulfide melt

New research links the sulfur content of lunar volcanic rocks with the presence of iron sulfide in the lunar interior, with implications for the lunar inventory of iron-loving, or highly siderophile elements and estimates of the late accretion flux to the Earth-Moon system.
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Aug 19, 2019