Astrophysics

   

Stellar Metamorphosis: Oxygen

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

For this paper the term primordial oxygen is used to signify oxygen that has been present for almost the entirety of the star's evolution. The case stands, the oxygen found on the Earth is leftover oxygen from the Earth's much hotter, younger states of evolution. The vast majority of the oxygen on the Earth did not come from the Sun. It was always on the Earth as it evolved, long before the Sun even existed. All the elements are important for planetary evolution, and oxygen is a major one.

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