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  • An update on the status of more of the various presolar grain types, with inline references to contemporary reviews and results, would certainly be of interest to me and I think other readers. Thermochap (talk) 11:53, 23 April 2008 (UTC)
  • A collection of presolar-grain related images to draw from might be nice as well. I can add to that resource in the days ahead. Thermochap (talk) 12:19, 23 April 2008 (UTC)

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Links to papers associated with the various presolar grain types in the list might come in handy for students doing research projects. I can help with part of this, but probably not all. Who is an expert on what? Thermochap (talk) 18:15, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

A separate section: Origin of Presolar grains?Edit

(This article links a few times to Cosmic dust so I added this same question over there because it too might benefit from a separate origin section.) So my question is, might it improve this article if it had a separate section on the origin of presolar grains? There are a few relevant statements in this article but it might help to add a specific section that could provide more focus on details of how these grains may have formed. Thoughts? Bob Enyart, Denver KGOV radio host (talk) 16:20, 27 March 2017 (UTC)

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HeliocentrismEdit

The sentence "Presolar stardust grains formed within outflowing and cooling gases from earlier presolar stars." is a bit too heliocentric.

It implies that no stardust grains formed since the sun's birth more than 4 billion years ago, elsewhere in the universe. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 165.225.76.125 (talk) 07:07, 6 March 2019 (UTC)

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