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ForbesThis Meteorite Has Been Preserved For Over 520 Years
The meteorite soon became known as the “Thunderstone of Ensisheim” and many scholars speculated about the significance of the strange rock. Swiss humanist Johann Bergmann von Olpe assured people that there was no greater miracle than a rock falling ...
Outer PlacesThere Are Over 300 Undiscovered Meteorite Impact Craters on Earth, Geologists ...
It is essentially common knowledge in this day and age that phenomena in space can play a significant role in shaping life on earth. Meteorites have perhaps played the most crucial role, as they have struck the earth many times over the course of the ...
340 undiscovered meteorite impact sites on Earth
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The GuardianRare meteorite taken from Queensland museum may have been stolen to order
The museum's owner, Ghislanie Gallo, said she believed the theft – which police suspected was carried out by two men in hooded jumpers with white masks – was less about the meteorite's value than it being an object of desire among a narrow group of ...
Stolen Queensland meteorite could be broken up and sold on black market for ...
Meteorite stolen from Queensland museum
'Wolfe Creek Meteorite' stolen from Atherton's Crystal Caves museum worth $50k
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The GuardianMethane in meteorites shows Mars soil could support life, study indicates
An alternative hypothesis would be that methane in the meteorites could have been produced by microbes more than a billion years ago at a time when liquid water flowed across the surface of the red planet. “Some microbes produce methane, some ...
Could Methane in Mars Meteorite Hint at Ancient Life?
Researchers Discover Traces of Methane in Meteorites from Mars
Mars: Methane in Rocks Hints at Possibility of Life on the Red Planet
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Alaska Dispatch NewsMeteorite or rock? Mystery on Alaska's tundra gets scientists excited
Alaska Dispatch News
Peter Jenniskens, a meteor astronomer with the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) institute, is here pictured with meteorite pieces he found in Sudan in 2008. He is now on a similar search in the Alaska wilderness. Courtesy Peter Jenniskens.
- Meteorite spotted in western France
MANY people report having seen what was probably a meteorite over the west of France last night. Images of the actual sighting are few and not of good quality in media and social media this morning (ours shows a previous one), however people have ...
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- Big Boom: The Best Places to See Meteorite Impact Craters
All nine impact sites, now called the Kaali Meteorite Crater Field, can still be visited today, and come complete with a museum, gift shop and hotel. Several are relatively small (one measures 36 feet across and just over three feet deep), but the ...
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- Simulating the Synthesis of Amino Acids in Meteorite Parent Bodies
Astrobiology News (press release)
We match the relative frequencies to well within an order of magnitude among both CM2 and CR2 meteorites for parent body temperatures < 200∘C. These temperatures agree with 3D models of young planetesimal interiors. We find theoretical abundances ...
artnet NewsThieves Steal Massive Meteorite Worth $12000 From Australian Museum
Police in Queensland, Australia, are investigating the theft of a rare meteorite following a break and enter at a museum in the town of Atherton, ABC reports. Two men reportedly smashed a window to gain access to Atherton's Crystal Caves museum in the ...
- Bringing meteorites down to Earth
Some 50,000 years ago, a meteor scorched across the Arizona sky, perhaps over the heads of some startled woolly mammoths, and slammed into the earth. Today, a sample of that same meteorite sits on display at the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport.
New exhibit brings meteorites down to Earth
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