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Rare earth elements occur in different proportions in meteorites than the Earths outer crust and one of the most important of these for meteorite strikes is Iridium. Iridium is a stable element which is only present in the Earth's crust in extremely tiny amounts but is present in much larger quantities in meteorite. Even relatively small meteorites can cause changes in iridium levels, producing so-called "iridium spikes", because there is so little originally in the crust. Chondritic Meteorites contain the Highest Known Levels of Iridium.
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