This is an iron buoy. Where were its atoms formed?

in a high-mass star preceding Sun
in the Sun
in the Earth's core
in the Earth's crust
Ra­dioac­tive nick­el-56 (which decays to the most common isotope of iron) is the last element to be produced before the collapse of a su­per­no­va. That is why the iron was abun­dant­ly scat­tered into space after the su­per­no­va ex­plo­sion.

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in a high-mass star preceding Sun
in the Sun
in the Earth's core
in the Earth's crust
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flagthe United Arab Emirates
72%
0%
6%
20%
29
flagMalaysia
54%
12%
16%
16%
24
flagCanada
46%
9%
25%
17%
52
flagPakistan
46%
6%
24%
17%
45
flagthe Philippines
45%
9%
21%
21%
51
flagItaly
48%
0%
28%
24%
25
flagAustralia
43%
6%
20%
27%
44
flagthe United States
40%
8%
29%
19%
737
flagthe United Kingdom
40%
15%
22%
20%
411
flagFrance
40%
5%
30%
25%
20
flagIndia
37%
9%
34%
17%
423
flagNigeria
35%
5%
23%
35%
17
flagSingapore
35%
5%
47%
11%
17
flagGermany
34%
4%
36%
23%
121
flagPoland
33%
8%
28%
29%
10685
flagNorway
29%
3%
29%
38%
31
flagthe Netherlands
28%
8%
40%
20%
25
flagRepublic of Ireland
27%
10%
44%
17%
29
flagBelgium
26%
6%
13%
53%
15
flagUnknown
25%
7%
30%
35%
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Gender

men33%
women25%
in a high-mass star preceding Sun
33%
26%
in the Sun
8%
6%
in the Earth's core
28%
36%
in the Earth's crust
29%
31%

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