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Początki badań impaktów

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Beginnings of impacts research
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Impacts geology is a multi-disciplinary science, focus aspects of meteoritics, astronomy, petrography, geochemistry, structural geology, sedimentology and geophysics. The first studies of craters began in the 60s. Significant events in the development of this science were: the first research of the Cosmos, development of mineralogical and geochemistry analysis and important papers. Significant progress in the development of research studies reflect the number of newly discovered craters. Many aspects associated with them, such as dating, strewnfields, water impacts are still fairly problematic.
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