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Left: A typical view of a
is shown above the western horizon.
Image Credit: Michael Tournay Aug 11, 2009
Left: When Earth passes through a concentrated region of space debris (like the orbit of a comet) we experience a meteor shower. Image Credit: Jerry Lodriguss, 2001
are named after the constellation where the meteors seem to be generated.
Image Credit: Astronomy.comSlide2
, Credit: NASASlide3
Basketball-size Iron-Nickel meteorite on Mars. Photographed by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on Jan 6
, 2005. Credit: NASASlide4
meteorite fragment. Iron composition very similar to the Odessa meteorite on display at the BCC Planetarium. The
is a clear indication that the meteorite formed in the harsh microgravity conditions of space. Credit: NASASlide5
Above: These tiny particles
were collected from the roof of the planetarium. The smaller samples may be micro-meteorites. Notice they are very round and small.
Also collected from the planetarium roof.
The irregular shape and large size indicates they are not from outer space. Most likely source is airborn