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There Should Be More Iron In Space. Why Can’t We See It?

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There Should Be More Iron In Space. Why Can’t We See It?

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    There Should Be More Iron In Space. Why Can’t We See It?
    by Evan Gough

    Iron is one of the most abundant elements in the Universe, along with lighter elements like hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon. Out in interstellar space, there should be abundant quantities of iron in its gaseous form. So why, when astrophysicist look out into space, do they see so little of it? First of all, there’s a …

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