Oxygen and light noble gas isotopic compositions of the lunar surface
Earth's Moon is a repository of solar wind and can therefore provide information on the chemistry of the Sun. Solar wind compositions for light-noble-gases are well established from analyses on lunar silicates and ilmenites, and these are in close agreement with Genesis measurements. Unfortunately these minerals are not suitable for oxygen analysis due to their high intrinsic oxygen levels. Oxygen isotopic compositions have been measured in single lunar metal grains. These show multiple...[Show more]
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