Mercury is the Sun’s closest and shortest planet. It has the fastest orbital path of any planet, 87.97 Earth days. Mercurius (Mercury) named after Greek deity of trade, a god’s messenger, and a mediator between gods and men.
For billions of years, it has been near the sun with no life. Mercury used to be considerably bigger, but continual processes took away its outer layers, according to a new research. A massive planet crashed, sending pieces across the cosmos. Some fell.
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Some of these meteorites came from Mars and the Moon. Scientists have described aubrites. Aubres space rocks are creamy in colour and contain tiny quantities of metal.
Another team has theorised that the components come from E-type asteroids and not the tiniest planet.