Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

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※Progress in Earth and Planetary Science は,公益社団法人日本地球惑星科学連合(JpGU)が運営する英文電子ジャーナルで,JpGUに参加する51学協会と協力して出版しています.

※Progress in Earth and Planetary Science は,独立行政法人日本学術振興会JSPSより科学研究費助成事業(科学研究費補助金)のサポートを受けています.

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14. Thermal, dynamical, and chemical processes in our early Solar System

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Eiji Ohtani, Tohoku University, Japan

Audrey Bouvier, BGI, Germany

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Yangting Lin, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Makoto Kimura, National Institute of Polar Research/Ibaraki University, Japan

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Audrey Bouvier, BGI

Tom Sharp, Arizona State University

Makoto Kimura, National Institute of Polar Research/Ibaraki University

Yangting Lin, Chinese Academy of Science

Meteorites from asteroids, the Moon and Mars, as well as lunar and terrestrial impactites contain detailed records of the early formation processes of our Solar System. Microstructures and shock-induced high-pressure phases found in meteorites, lunar samples, and terrestrial impact craters provide critical constraints to the history, dynamics, and kinetics of shock events. In this SPEPS series, we address research topics related to mineral phase and micro-texture analysis, chemical and isotope compositions, and P-T-t path of terrestrial and extra-terrestrial samples.