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December, 2010

#MeteoriteMen Henbury Craters, Australia tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

#MeteoriteMen Henbury Craters, Australia tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

Don’t miss tonight’s new episode of Meteorite Men at 9 pm on the Science Channel. Watch Geoff and Steve as they hunt the Henbury Meteorite Craters for meteorites in central Australia’s outback. Check out all the Meteorite Men episodes on the THE OFFICIAL METEORITE MEN EPISODE GUIDE

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Latest issue of Meteorite Hunting & Collecting Digital Version Now Live

Latest issue of Meteorite Hunting & Collecting Digital Version Now Live

Our Friend Eric’s Meteorite Hunting & Collecting Magazine latest issue is now live.  In this issue Eric interviews the Meteorite Men, read about The Yelland Dry Lake meteorite discovery by Sonny Clary, Passamonte Meteorite Hunt by Robert Woolard, and a meteorite hunting story about Huntin’ Buzzards by Roman Jirasek… Register to view the Digital Edition: […]

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#MeteoriteMen MUNDRABILLA, AUSTRALIA tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

#MeteoriteMen MUNDRABILLA, AUSTRALIA tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

Don’t miss tonight’s new episode of Meteorite Men at 9 pm on the Science Channel. Watch Geoff and Steve as they travel Downunder to the desolate Nullarbor Plain in search of the remote Mundrabilla strewnfield. Check out all the Meteorite Men episodes on the THE OFFICIAL METEORITE MEN EPISODE GUIDE

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#MeteoriteMen SWEDISH METEOR BALLS tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

#MeteoriteMen SWEDISH METEOR BALLS tonight 9 pm on @ScienceChannel

Don’t miss tonight’s new episode of Meteorite Men at 9 pm on the Science Channel. Watch Geoff and Steve as they head North of the Arctic Circle in their quest for the Muonionalusta strewnfield. Check out all the Meteorite Men episodes on the THE OFFICIAL METEORITE MEN EPISODE GUIDE

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Beyrout, Lebanon: Ending the year with a Bang. Literally!

Beyrout, Lebanon: Ending the year with a Bang. Literally!

Updated: Martin Horejsi’s Meteorite Books Website  A December 1921 Witnessed Fall: Beyrout, Lebanon Beyrout, Lebanon Ending the year with a bang. Literally! As a “hut” hammerer, a New Year’s Eve fall, a LL3, a historic fall, and the only meteorite from its homeland, Beyrout has it all. Well, all except, much remaining material. With only […]

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The Ravages of Time

The Ravages of Time

Iron shale was once the most common meteoritic material to be seen around the area of Meteor Crater. But, after way more than a century of collecting not very much is left of the interesting by-product of the ancient meteorites. Typically, pieces of iron shale are flat plates of hard black magnetic rock. The metallic […]

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Lost Lake

Lost Lake

Lost Lake After years of planning, I finally get to search this remote dry lake. Any meteorite found here would have to remain here! May sound stupid, but it’s true (to the letter of the law). Well, I finally succeeded in hiking all the way to the north end of Lost Lake, but I still […]

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IMCA Insights – December 2010

IMCA Insights – December 2010 Introduction to the New Board of Directors by the IMCA Board of Directors This special edition of IMCA Insights is an introduction to the new IMCA Board of Directors. The nine new and old IMCA Board Members introduce themselves in the following essays – enjoy! Martin Altmann Board Member Born […]

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Vaca Muerta Olivine

Vaca Muerta Olivine

Steve Arnold looked like he was passing appetizers. He was circulating with a tray of gem jars in Tucson. Each one held a cm size morsel of Vaca Muerta olivine. Mesosiderites aren’t known to be olivine rich so these were pretty cool. Yes, please, may I have two? Vaca Muerta olivine appears to be from […]

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Rizalite Tektite With Overall Anda Structure

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