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The Sciences

Fireball meteorites and Death reviews

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitFebruary 24, 2009 4:05 AM

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Two quickies: 1) I mentioned last week that possible meteorites form the Texas fireball had been found, and it appears that's now confirmed. In fact, they look like standard chrondrites, a typical type of meteorites associated with rocky asteroids. That gives me a lot more hope that more and bigger chunks of the rock will be found! 2) Two more reviews of my book have surfaced: one from American Freethought, and another from my friend Ottle The Man Version. In fact, ManOttle is a great writer, funny and incisive, and I highly recommend dropping his blog into your feed reader.

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