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  • adj. Of a geologic era within the Archaean eon from about 2800 to 2500 million years ago.
  • proper n. The Neoarchean era.


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  • And so it goes, from Mesoproterozoic to Neoarchean to the colossal whack of a Mars-sized object into the Earth that would create the Moon, back in the Hadean era.

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