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Mining the world’s rarest mineral in meteor craters

An ultra-rare mineral named reidite has been found in what is possibly the world’s largest crater at Shark Bay in Western Australia. The crater is only the sixth-known on Earth to hold the mineral, which starts as common zircon before transforming to reidite under the pressure of space rocks slamming into the Earth’s crust.

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