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That might seem like a hassle, but it would be a small price to pay to get some rubble from a rock 200 million miles away.
Scientists think that Bennu formed from the rubble of a collision its parent body experienced in the main asteroid belt of our solar system.
In just a few weeks, OSIRIS-REx will attempt an audacious maneuver to collect a sample of rubble and small rock from Bennu’s surface and bring it to Earth for scientists to study.
Some had been trained to sniff out people buried under rubble after an explosion.
Into it he dropped the ring, covering it again with all the leafy "rubble and wreck" of the wood.
THE CORYSTON FAMILYMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
The lower part of the mound was built of large blocks of limestone and rubble, held loosely together with friable mortar.
Rubble masonry packing and grout ejected through pipes built into the arch were used to fill the voids above the roof.
Our tools and texts were gone, buried in the rubble with the bodies of fine young men.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
At first there was nothing to be seen but a lot of dust and rubble, so I lit a bit of candle and cleared this away.
THE LOST CONTINENTC. J. CUTCLIFFE HYNE
Into this hole night by night we cast the rubble we scooped out from the wall, carefully replacing the plank when we had done.
HUMPHREY BOLDHERBERT STRANG

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