University of New Mexico
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A 2-billion-year-old rock that broke from Mars and landed in the Sahara desert is quite different from other Martian meteorites. Not only is it older than most, it also contains more water, a yearlong analysis found.
It’s the most common question visitors to the Grand Canyon ask: “How old is it?” A provocative new study suggests the natural wonder is much older than commonly believed. Using a new tool to date the age of rocks, a team of researchers contends the western section of the Grand Canyon may be 70 million years old.
- Moore, Oklahoma Steve Harvey BBQ Queen Festival of Books
- Clippers Ultimate Fan... Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival Boston Bombings Money 101 On The Road
- Sheriff Lee Baca on Money 101... Clippers Fans Are The Best! Suite Night In Lob City DWTS New Cast
- 85th Annual Academy Awards KFWB @ The Travel Show REPRESENT 57th Inauguration