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23 May 2012

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 23MAY2012

Fireball appears north west of Perth, Australia -- Fire in the Sky ...
The skies in the north west were alight on Saturday night. We've had a couple of reports of giant orange things dropping from the sky. You can check out some of ...
www.sott.net/.../245735-Fireball-appears-north-west-of-Perth-...

Meteor Activity Outlook for May 19-25, 2012 | American Meteor Society
As the week progresses the waxing crescent moon will enter the evening sky but will not cause any problems with meteor observing. This is especially true for ...
www.amsmeteors.org/.../meteor-activity-outlook-for-may-19-...

One way or another, someone discovered Meteor Crater
One way or another, someone discovered Meteor Crater, You pretty much have to assume that some folks that were around here before the Europeans showed ...
www.azcentral.com/.../05/.../20120520meteor-crater-clay.html

Daylight meteor showers are here
Southgate Amateur Radio Club
If you have never experienced any meteor scatter signals on VHF before, then now is your chance to learn something about it. Starting this week the Earth is passing through two intense daylightmeteor showers, the Arietids and the Zeta Perseids with ...

NASA, SETI investigators look for Sierra meteorite ...
3 min
NASA and SETI investigators in a Zeppelin airship flew over the Sierra foothills Thursday looking ...
poughkeepsiejournal.com

May issue of Meteorite Times
The following URL gives access to the Web Browser View, Flash Magazine View, and Mobile PDF.
http://www.meteorite-times.com/monthly-issues/
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http://issuu.com/meteorite-times/docs
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http://www.meteorite-times.com/article-archives/
Enjoy!  -Paul and Jim

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