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    Late Pleistocene
    Middle Pleistocene
   Late Cretaceous
   Early Cretaceous
   Late Jurassic
   Middle Jurassic
   Early Jurassic
   Late Triassic
   Middle Triassic
   Early Triassic
   Late Devonian
   Middle Devonian
   Early Devonian
   Late Ordovician
   Middle Ordovician
   Early Ordovician
    Cambrian Stage 10
   Cambrian Series 3
    Cambrian Stage 5
   Cambrian Series 2
    Cambrian Stage 4
    Cambrian Stage 3
    Cambrian Stage 2
  Early Imbrian
  Basin Groups
Hierarchy:Chaotian Neochaotian
Classification:Period (as per International Commission on Stratigraphy)
Status:This is a proposed period and is not yet approved by the ICS or the IUGS.
Top:~4600 Ma
Base:~4630 Ma
Name origin:For the war of the Titans.
Proposed by NASA scientists at the Ames Research Center in 2010 to formalize terminology in the earliest stages of Earth's history.

For the time where proto-planets are colliding to form the present set of planets.

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