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Left: A typical view of a

meteor

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

Above :

Meteor showers

are named after the constellation where the meteors seem to be generated.

Image Credit: Astronomy.com

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Asteroid

Lutetia

, Credit: NASA

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Basketball-size Iron-Nickel meteorite on Mars. Photographed by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on Jan 6

th

, 2005. Credit: NASA

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A slice

from

a

Barringer

meteorite fragment. Iron composition very similar to the Odessa meteorite on display at the BCC Planetarium. The

crystalline

structure

is a clear indication that the meteorite formed in the harsh microgravity conditions of space. Credit: NASA

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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.

Above:

Also collected from the planetarium roof.

The irregular shape and large size indicates they are not from outer space. Most likely source is airborn

e

pollutants.

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