4.6 billion-year-old meteorite could reveal how Earth formed different layers

"To determine the age of Erg Chech 002 as 4.566 billion years old, the team measured the amounts of lead isotopes within it, but this, ironically, could have provided scientists with a way of improving another dating strategy for similar meteorites."

I checked some other reports on this meteorite and found some other ages assigned too, not commonly reported to the public. My note, this report provides a younger age 4.510E+9 years old with cosmic ray exposure age of about 63.5 Myr old. Thermal history of the Erg Chech 002 parent body: Early accretion and early differentiation of a small asteroid, https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2023arXiv230212753N/abstract, February 2023. “Using noble gas mass spectrometry and incremental heating, an Ar-Ar plateau age of 4510 ± 40 Ma and a cosmic ray exposure age of 63.5 ± 24 Ma were determined Takenouchi et al. (2021). The Ar-Ar age corresponds to a closure time of 57.9 ± 40 Ma after CAIs.”, https://arxiv.org/pdf/2302.12753.pdf, 27-Feb-2023.

Perhaps, someday like the new Pentagon website for reporting UAP/UFOs, a central repository for reporting all different ages obtained when measuring meteorites will be disclosed. Same for geology too when dating different rocks.