Sat. Jan 25th, 2020

Satellite Zone

All About Satellites In The Zone

How to (Maybe) Find Your Own Little Amazing Meteorite

2 min read

Most of the meteorites that land on this planet are pretty tiny. And enough of them fall to Earth each day that, theoretically, you could find micrometeorite yourself.

Host: Reid Reimers

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Image from page 265 of "Science of the sea. An elementary handbook of practical oceanography for travellers, sailors, and yachtsmen" (1912)

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