Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au (from Latin: aurum) and the
atomic number 79. In its purest form, it is a bright, slightly reddish yellow, dense,
Jul 18, 2013 ... The Surprising Origin Of Earth's Gold. New observations suggest your jewelry
may have originated from colliding stars. Twinkle, twinkle!
Mar 30, 2016 ... So you think the gold in your ring or watch came from a mine in Africa or Australia
? Well, think farther away. Much, much farther.
Click here to read and hear more about the fascinating origin of gold. For another
small article, see also NASA's Picture of the day -- On the Origin of Gold.
Jul 17, 2013 ... All of the gold on Earth might have come from cosmic crashes between
superdense dead stars, new research suggests. The origin of the ...
Nov 23, 2011 ... Looking for lode or placer deposits is that field of study which locates the current
resting place of gold, and raises the question: “How did the ...
Jul 17, 2013 ... Here's my story for the day, about the origin of gold. Wikipedia will tell you (at
least it did a minute ago) that gold comes from supernova ...
Gold at Chemical Elements.com. Basic Information ... Name Origin: From the Old
English word geolo (yellow) Symbol Origin: From the Latin word aurum (gold)
FEATURE ARTICLE. The Origin of Gold in South Africa. Ancient rivers filled with
gold, a spectacular upwelling of magma and a colossal meteor impact ...
Sep 11, 2011 ... On the Origin of Gold Image Credit: Dana Berry, NASA. Explanation: Where did
the gold in your jewelry originate? No one is completely sure.