Rapid Formation May Have Stunted Mars' Growth - Universe Today
[/caption] Somewhere between two and four million years after our solar system formed, a rocky little runt went through a rapid growth spurt. In its embryonic stage, it was much like Earth. But it didn’t end up being terrestrial. Earth ended up being twice its size through collecting other rocky bodies as they passed by. … Continue reading "Rapid Formation May Have Stunted Mars’ Growth"