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October, 2010

Meteorite-Times Magazine Now on Facebook

Meteorite-Times Magazine Now on Facebook

Meteorite-Times Magazine is now on Facebook.  Please Like us on Facebook. You can also click the ‘Like’ button at the top of articles to both show your support for our Authors, and to share interesting meteorite articles with your friends.

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Meteorite Men Season 2 premieres Nov. 2nd

Meteorite Men Season 2 premieres Nov. 2nd

Watch Nov. 2, on Science Channel. New column by Geoff: http://bit.ly/cBmli2 more… Be sure to watch the Season Two Premiere of Meteorite Men on Tuesday, November 2, on the Science Channel. For more detailed and information please read Geoff Notkin’s new column linked above. We are currently working on the November issue of Meteorite-Times Magazine […]

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Witnessed Fall: Borkut, Ukraine

Witnessed Fall: Borkut, Ukraine

An October 1852 Witnessed Fall: Borkut, Ukraine The Borkut Meateorite: More Chondrite, Less Fat Early comparisons of the Borkut meteorite to others of the time led some scientists to conclude that Borkut had a higher chondrite to matrix ratio.  This uncut face of Borkut shows the chondrule-rich landscape, yet not unlike a conglomerate sedimentary rock […]

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Vacation 2010

On Vacation Soon we’ll be off on vacation. We thought hard about where to go and what we wanted to do this year. And the end of all that thought was summed up in the word “veg” we are just going to go out and sit all day if we want and do nothing. With […]

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Bill Cassidy and the Campo del Cielo Strewn Field (1960′s)

Bill Cassidy and the Campo del Cielo Strewn Field (1960′s)

Bill Cassidy shares some of his pictures from the Campo del Cielo strewn field taken in the 1960’s.       During a trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania last week, I stopped-in at University of Pitt to pay a visit to Professor Emeritus Bill Cassidy. It was a treat to talk to him about his work […]

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IMCA Insights – October 2010

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NWA 5742 Howardite

NWA 5742 Howardite

It’s worth a few minutes to peruse a howardite just for the textures – viewing it in hand or with a loupe or ‘scope like we do here. Howardites are the compacted soil of the asteroid Vesta. They are a mixture of fragmented rock that has been excavated – from both shallow and deep – […]

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Meteorite Calendar – October 2010

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Zhamanshin Crater Glass – Zhamanshinite

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