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This rock likely formed during the creation of the lunar crust, possibly via flotation in a magma ocean. Currently, the comprises a set of five laboratories for the preparation and isotopic analysis of a wide range of geological materials.
The anorthositic portion of this rock is characterized by very low abundances of highly siderophile elements, indicating that the Moon’s long history of late accretion bombardment did not chemically modify the rock. These laboratories include separate mass-spectrometry, chemistry, mineral separation and rock preparation facilities.
(left) Peridotite xenolith from a quarry near Yangyuan, China was erupted onto the surface approximately 38 million years ago.
Materials like this are examined in order to study the evolution of the lithospheric mantle underlying the North China Craton.
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