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- Melting, Not Meteorite, Caused Crater in Antarctica
A mysterious crater that was discovered in East Antarctica last month likely formed beneath a leaky meltwater lake, rather than because of a meteorite impact, researchers now think. The ring of sunken ice, nearly 2 miles (3 kilometers) wide, was ...
- Scientists Shoot Down Meteorite Theory in Antarctica Crater Mystery
A mysterious crater discovered in East Antarctica last month likely formed beneath a leaky meltwater lake, rather than because of a meteorite impact, researchers now think. The ring of sunken ice, nearly 2 miles (3 kilometers) wide, was spotted a few ...
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BBC NewsMeteorite is 'hard drive' from space
Researchers have decoded ancient recordings from fragments of an asteroid dating back billions of years to the start of the Solar System. They found tiny "space magnets" in meteorites which retain a memory of the birth and death of the asteroid's core.
Hidden messages in meteorites could reveal how the Earth will END: Ancient ...
Reading a Meteorite Like It's a Hard Drive from Space
Meteorites Contain Magnetic Messages from Early Solar System, Say Scientists
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Technabob (blog)Shoes that Look Like Meteorites: Debrislliant Idea
Instead of a sewing machine, Studio Swine used a CNC mill to make its eye-catching Meteorite Shoes. The studio used a 3D scanner to scan meteorite samples at the Natural History Museum. They used the resulting 3D files to create a design for the shoes' ...
Footwear NewsStudio Swine's Latest Project Makes Shoes & Meteors an Art
British design duo Studio Swine's latest project calls on some seriously otherworldly inspiration. Designers Alex Grove and Axusa Murakami turned to the November landing of the European Space Agency's probe on Comet 67P, which made headlines ...
Christian Science MonitorHow a meteorite sparked a 'cosmic archaeological mission'
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The study team analyzed pallasites, iron-and-nickel meteorites believed to originate from an ancient rocky body about 250 miles (400 kilometers) wide. The pallasites contain tiny particles of tetrataenite — a mineral that records a magnetic history of ...
- Sudden Impact: Did Meteorite Carve Icy Crater in Antarctica?
Researchers in remote East Antarctica think a massive area of fractured ice discovered last month could be a newfound meteorite impact crater. The mile-wide crater (about 2 kilometers across) is a circular scar marked by fractured, rumpled ice — a ...
Huge circle in Antarctic ice hints at meteorite impact
Massive meteorite impact site discovered in Antarctica
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Tech TimesMile-wide Mysterious Ring in Antarctica Might be Meteorite Impact Crater
A mile-wide impact crater found in the Antarctic ice sheet may have been created by a meteorite, perhaps the size of a house, smashing into the Earth in 2004. Scientists on an aerial research flight over East Antarctica spotted the ring-like structure ...
Scientists say a meteorite could be responsible for Antarctic crater
Mysterious ring in Antarctica may have been caused by a meteorite
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Mystery of the mile-wide ring in Antarctica
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- Meteorite mineral named after beer is time capsule
"Our [meteorite] samples were collected in Antarctica in the late 1970s," says Dennis Harries of The Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Germany. "They fell there hundreds or thousands of years ago." Known as chondritic meteorites, their history ...
Universe TodayDid a House-Sized Meteorite Create This Mysterious Circle in Antarctica?
A discovery photo of the ringed formation, 2km (1.24 miles) in diameter, that AWI researchers are proposing is a meteorite impact site. (Credit:Tobias Binder, AWI). Endless blinding white ice as far as the eye can see. This is the common scene from the ...
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