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Man describes finding a piece of the Wisconsin meteorite

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitApr 19, 2010 12:06 PM


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A man who, along with his sons, found a piece of the meteorite from last week's huge fireball describes it for the local news. Very cool, and his piece is really nice! Since it's from a known fall, it'll be worth something, too. I imagine there could be more than 100 kilos of rocks around, but they'll be extremely difficult to find. I hope they can recover a lot of this one. Tip o' the Whipple Shield to John Draeger.

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