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07 May 2013

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 07MAY2013

Listen to the Chelyabinsk fireball's infrasound tsunami | Astro Bob
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajjtObT9RJI. Listen to the multiple explosions of the fireballwhen it broke apart 12-15 miles high over Chelyabinsk, Russia on ...
astrobob.areavoices.com/.../listen-to-the-chelyabinsk-fireballs-i...

Hearing the Russian meteor, in America: Sound arrived in 10 hours ...
How powerful was February's meteor that crashed into Russia? Strong enough that its explosive entry into our atmosphere was detected almost 6000 miles ...
www.sciencedaily.com/.../130503105033.htm?...

NASA to live stream peak of Eta Aquarid meteor shower Sunday ...
It's that time of year again: the Eta Aquarid meteor shower is scheduled to peak tonight through tomorrow morning, and NASA will be live streaming the annual ...
www.theverge.com/.../nasa-streaming-peak-halley-comet-eta-a...

Eta Aquarid meteor shower radiant point | - EarthSky
No matter where you are, expect to see the most Eta Aquarid meteors in a dark sky between midnight and dawn on May 5, 2013.
earthsky.org/todays.../eta-aquarid-meteor-shower-radiant-poin...

Odeon (formerly UCI) Meteor Centre Show Times - Ents24
Show times, information, and maps for Odeon (formerly UCI) Meteor Centre in Derby from Ents24.com, the UK's biggest entertainment website.
www.ents24.com/derby.../odeon-formerly-uci-meteor-centre

Two large fireballs seen in North East | American Meteor Society
The American Meteor Society has received numerous reports regarding two large fireballs spotted over the North Eastern United States on the evening of May ...
amsmeteors.org/2013/05/two-large-fireballs-seen-in-north-east/

Large meteor dances across Wyoming sky - Casper Star-Tribune
Casper Star-Tribune Online
At 5:45 a.m. on March 28, a meteor that traveled across the sky from the Big Horn Mountains to Montana's Medicine Rocks State Park was seen by people as far away as Canada. Numerous Casperites who were commuting for work saw it, too. Hankey said ...

Meteor Shower Eta Aquarid From Halley's Comet 2013
International Business Times
The Eta Aquarid meteor show was expected to display an estimated 30 to 40 meteors per hour. Those looking to view the celestial show were advised to find a location away from bright lights, with NASA suggesting in a statement that you allow your eyes ...

Rock Doc: Mass extinctions way more than just meteorites - Mon, 06 May 2013 PST
Mon, 06 May, 2013 12:09 AM PDT
As any child can tell you, the Mesozoic Era ends with the extinction of the dinosaurs. Most geologists think the cause of that extinction was the impact of an enormous meteorite that hit the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. As the theory goes, the impact was so large it led to global changes in the composi...Continue reading

Pagasa: 17 meteors seen Monday
Sun.Star
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower, which reportedly looked like a fireworks display, originates from dust released by the famous Halley's Comet during its countless voyages through the solar system, according to the monthly astronomical diary prepared by ...

Eta Aquariid meteor shower to highlight night sky tonight
Examiner.com
"All meteor showers radiate from a central point called the radiant," .... "This is what gives the meteor shower its name. For this shower the radiant is below the horizon until 3:00 am, which means it won't be very high in the sky before dawn ...

Meteor Shower Spawned by Halley's Comet Is Peaking Now | Spacecom
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower peaks Sunday (May 5) and is created by bits of Halley's Comet. Here's how to see it in person and online.
www.space.com/20975-meteor-shower-halleys-comet-peaking...

Meteor Shower Spawned by Halley's Comet Is ...
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower peaks Sunday (May 5) and is created by bits of Halley's Comet ...
space.com

Video: Web Appraisal: 1948 Norton County ...
This rock from the achondrite aubrite meteorite that fell in Norton County, Kansas, is an other ...
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