More evidence for the existence of a lunar core

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Abstract

Corning Glass scientists have reported some new findings from lunar samples. F.J. Wosinski said that the glass in breccia rock sample #14036.50 was probably formed by impact. Magnetic phases with some orientation were also found; Wosinski says this is an indication of lunar magnetism and thus possibly a core for the moon.

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