The age of the Solar System redefined by the oldest Pb–Pb age of a meteoritic inclusion

@article{Bouvier2010TheAO,
  title={The age of the Solar System redefined by the oldest Pb–Pb age of a meteoritic inclusion},
  author={A. Bouvier and M. Wadhwa},
  journal={Nature Geoscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={637-641}
}
The age of the Solar System can be defined as the time of formation of the first solid grains in the nebular disc surrounding the proto-Sun. This age is estimated by dating calcium‐aluminium-rich inclusions in meteorites. These inclusions are considered as the earliest formed solids in the solar nebula. Their formation marks the beginning for several longand short-lived radiogenic clocks that are used to precisely define the timescales of Solar System events, such as the formation and evolution… Expand

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