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The Curious Science of Chondrules


Scientific American is thrilled to announce that our feature “The Curious Science of Chondrules” by Jonathan O'Callaghan has won the Walter Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism from the American Geophysical Union.


In this story, O'Callaghan explores how asteroid dust could solve a mystery of planet creation. With materials returned to Earth from asteroid Ryugu, scientists may finally discover the enigmatic origins of chondrules—tiny inclusions in most meteorites—and what they tell us about the birth of the solar system.


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