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Selected News and Media:

Nature: How long do neutrons live? Physicists close in on decades-old puzzle

Science Daily: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Science Magazine: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Phys.Org: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

EurekAlert!: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

MSU Today: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Nanowerk News: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Knowridge Science Report: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Science Blog: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Science Newsline: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Health Medicine Network: Examining exploding stars through the atomic nucleus

Syfy Wire: Scientists can now examine exploding stars under a microscope

MSU Today: Nearly 4,000 attendees learn about FRIB

WLNS 6: Facility for rare isotope beams sneak peak draws in hundreds

Fox 47 News: MSU shows off high tech facility to the public

Lansing State Journal: Hundreds pack into FRIB during open house

The Academic Minute: Christopher Wrede, Michigan State University – Pre-Solar Grains

MSU Today: Two MSU researchers earn Department of Energy honor

US Department of Energy: DOE’s Office of Science Selects 49 Scientists to Receive Early Career Research Program Funding

Physics World: Rare-isotope decay links tiny grains to stellar explosions

Astronomy Now: Dust grains could be remnants of stellar explosions billions of years ago

Tech Times: Dust Grains From Ancient Stellar Explosions Billions Of Years Ago May Unveil Secrets Of Our Galaxy

Live Science: Ancient Dust Found in Meteorites Came from Exploding Stars

Headlines and Global News: Dust Grains From Ancient Stellar Explosions Could Reveal Mysteries Of Our Galaxy

NDTV: Dust Grains On Earth May Be Products Of Stellar Explosions

Gadgets 360: Dust Grains Could Be Remnants of Stellar Explosions From Billions of Years Ago: Study

United Press International (UPI): Meteoritic dust came from stellar explosions older than the sun

I4U News: Meteoritic Dust Grains Formed in Stellar Explosions Occurred Before the Sun

Microcap Magazine: Dust grains found on earth are remnants of stellar explosions billions of years ago might be older than sun: Researchers

Express: Scientists discover stardust from deep space explosion which helped produce the SUN

Sceince Recorder: Meteorite dust came from ancient, exploding stars

Clapway: Secret Messages Are Sent to Earth from Exploding Stars

Sci-News.com: Pre-Solar Grains Could Be Remnants of Ancient Novae

Daily Mail: Stardust found in meteorite could be older than the SUN: Particles could have been building blocks of our solar system "

The Times of India: Dust particle on Earth came from stra explosions?

Futurity: Stardust found on Earth may be older than our sun

Daily Star Gazette, Albany: High amount isotope silicon 30 found Earth meteoritic material

Sky News: Stardust Found On Earth May Be Older Than Sun

Apex Tribune: Some of Earth?s Dust Is 5 Billion Years Old

NH Voice: Experiment to find out whether microscopic dust particles on earth formed in classical nova

mainenewsonline.com: Research leads to tantalizing subatomic clues about origins of pre-solar grains

Argyll Free Press: Some of Earth?s Dust Is Full of History

mainenewsonline.com: Researchers trying to find out whether dust particles came from classical nova explosions

Jagran Post: Dust particles on Earth may be products of stellar explosions

The Marshalltown: RESEARCHERS FOUND THAT ANCIENT DUST FOUND IN METEORITES ACTUALLY CAME FROM EXPLODING STARS

Space Daily: Dust grains could be remnants of stellar explosions billions of years ago

Sci-Tech Today: Meteoritic Dust Came from Stellar Explosions Older than the Sun

The Hans India: Dust particles on Earth may have come from stellar explosions

Discovery News: Meteorites Peppered With Ancient Supernova Dust

Austrian Tribune: Pre-solar Dust Grains act as source to explore Classical Nova

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MSU Today: Dust grains could be remnants of stellar explosions billions of years ago

IFL Science: Dust Grains From Meteorites Could Be Older Than The Solar System