1. Fragment of Planet That Hit Earth May Be Buried Inside Moon  Futurism
  2. Scientists may have discovered lost chunk of mystery planetoid Theia buried inside the Moon  RT
  3. Study suggests Earth and Moon not identical oxygen twins  Phys.org
  4. Astronomers find traces of ancient planet Theia in moon rocks proving 'giant impact' theory  Daily Mail
  5. Did a huge collision between the Earth and a planet-sized rock create the Moon?  CBBC Newsround
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Researchers from the University of New Mexico believe they have found the remains of Theia buried deep beneath the lunar surface in a new paper.Researchers from the University of New Mexico believe they have found the remains of Theia buried deep beneath the lunar surface in a new paper.

Fragment of Planet That Hit Earth May Be Buried Inside Moon

According to one theory of how our moon formed, roughly 4.5 billion years ago a Mars-sized object collided with a newly-formed Earth. However, we could never confirm its existence. Until now...According to one theory of how our moon formed, roughly 4.5 billion years ago a Mars-sized object collided with a newly-formed Earth. However, we could never confirm its existence. Until now...

Scientists may have discovered lost chunk of mystery planetoid Theia buried inside the Moon — RT World News

Scientists at The University of New Mexico have found that the Earth and Moon have distinct oxygen compositions and are not identical in oxygen as previously thought according to a new study released ...

Study suggests Earth and Moon not identical oxygen twins

Researchers from the University of New Mexico examined the oxygen isotopes in Moon rocks brought back to Earth by Apollo astronauts.Researchers from the University of New Mexico examined the oxygen isotopes in Moon rocks brought back to Earth by Apollo astronauts.

Astronomers find traces of ancient planet Theia in moon rocks proving 'giant impact' theory  | Daily Mail Online

How the Earth got its moon is a long debated question. The giant impact theory – which states that the moon formed from the a collision between the early Earth and a rocky body called Theia—has become ...

How the moon formed: New research sheds light on what happened

New research by scientists studying moon rocks has raised some exciting questions about where our Moon came fromNew research by scientists studying moon rocks has raised some exciting questions about where our Moon came from

Did a huge collision between the Earth and a planet-sized rock create the Moon? - CBBC Newsround

SCIENTISTS think they've found a 'chunk' of the doomed planet suspected of creating the Moon underneath the lunar surface. One theory for the creation of the Moon is that a large planet crashed into Earth 4.5 billion years ago and debris that fell from our planet became the Moon.SCIENTISTS think they’ve found a ‘chunk’ of the doomed planet suspected of creating the Moon underneath the lunar surface. One theory for the creation of the Moon is that a large …

Scientists prove how Moon was formed after finding chunk of doomed planet that smashed into Earth in its core

Samples collected by the Apollo missions revealed that the Moon contains traces of Theia, the large Mars-sized object believed to have collided with Earth billions of years ago. Many scientistsSamples collected by the Apollo missions revealed that the Moon contains traces of Theia, the large Mars-sized object believed to have collided with Earth billions of years ago. Many scientists

New Evidence Points To Impact Of Mars-Sized Body On Earth

Scientists have found that the chunk of Theia could be buried deep inside Moon thus explaining the anomaly in the giant-impact hypothesis theory.Scientists have found that the chunk of Theia could be buried deep inside Moon thus explaining the anomaly in the giant-impact hypothesis theory.

Moon and Earth aren’t made up of same material; scientists clear doubt over Moon’s formation theory | Technology News,The Indian Express