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Many "leftovers" from planetary formation were likely ejected from our solar system, and the same has presumably happened in other star systems.

Many "leftovers" from planetary formation were likely ejected from our solar system, and the same has presumably happened in other star systems. Given that fact, should we expect to find meteorites that come from other star systems? How rare or common would you expect them to be? (Be sure to consider the distances between stars.) Suppose that we did find a meteorite identified as a leftover from another stellar system. What could we learn from it? (2 paragraphs)

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While it is possible, it is very highly unlikely that we should expect to find meteorites
from other star systems. If by some slim chance that this meteor from another stellar system did
make it to...

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