Scientists have discovered an unusual origin of the Earth's glass.
The article published in the Journal of the Monumental Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society, reports The Postport.
An international astronomer was found in the remaining bodies of two supernovae, silicon dioxide molecules and a major component of glasses.
The final stage of the evolution of the main sequencie stars is supernova (type II, IB, IC), which shows a much larger mass than the sun. When this occurs, a blast is being conducted by releasing large amounts of energy including light. Atomic atoms outside the nitrogen are exposed to environment, and they arise as products of nucleosynthesis products in the calm environment of a star. It displays the display interceptor clouds enriched by chemical elements.
Scientists have observed the ruins of Crab Open, Gasis + 0.3 supernovae using the resistor, hosel space space telescopes, and other devices. Cassidopea A and G54.1 + 0.3 are about 11 thousand light years away from Earth. Infrared, Silbilimeter observed in spectral areas. During the study, we discovered dust particles formed from explosive devices.
Researchers found that there are dust particles in silicon carbide (SiC), hydrocarbons for aromatic hydrocarbons, silicon dioxide (SiO2), magnesium metallica (MgSiO3) and forrestite (Mg2SiO4). Silicon dioxide has been detected due to the presence of a spectral line of 21 micrometer wavelengths.
According to a study conducted by scientists, supernova explosions led to the promotion of silicon dioxide across the cosmos. On the other hand, about 60% of the earth's lithosphere is present in silica (in the form of quartz and silicates).