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04 December 2015

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 04DEC2015

Bright meteors and a new comet for Christmas
The Guardian
The Geminid meteor shower (radiant in the constellation of Gemini - the Twins) occurs on the night/morning of Dec. 13-14. The Geminids, along with ...

Key Capital Announces Major Potential Meteorite Mining Opportunity Joint Ventured
CNN Money- December 02, 2015: 08:30 AM ET
  Key Capital Corporation (OTC PINK: KCPC) ("Key Capital" or "the Company")
advises that the Company has entered into a joint venture for the exploitation
of a highly promising and exciting Arizona resource property.
The orebody located on the property is well known as a magnetite resource
having been the subject of extensive historic exploration since the 1960s.
  In recent years, through identification of extraordinary high-grade iridium
in samples, it became evident that a significant part of the orebody on
the property is of meteorite origin, and it was established that the orebody
presented major potential for precious metals and PGMs. ...

SPACECRAFT TO BUZZ EARTH: Japan's Hayabasa 2 spacecraft will buzz Earth
on Dec. 3rd in a slingshot maneuver designed to propel it to Asteroid
Ryugu. Hayabasa 2 is an amazing mission which, if all goes as planned,
will drop as many as four landers on the asteroid and return samples of
the space rock to Earth for analysis. The mission, and observing tips
for amateur astronomers, are highlighted on today's edition of Spaceweather.com
(http://spaceweather.com) .

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 03DEC2015
Posted: 02 Dec 2015 08:14 AM PST
Crashed fireball UFO being 'investigated by secret agents' - but what's really going on? Mirror.co.uk A crashed UFO is being investigated by secret agents after it came down close to a road - at least that's what we are led to believe. In the convincing ... South Africa Meteor/UFO Hoax NOV2015 New Headline Article: Primeval Water in the Earth Announcement from Planetary Science Research

Geminid meteor showers light up Durham's skies
durhamregion.com
The Geminid meteor showers actually start right now, in early December, but build to a peak the night of Dec. 13-14, when a hundred 'falling stars' per .

Seeing Stars with James Wooten: this December, Orion Opens for the Geminid Meteor Shower
BEYONDbones - Houston Museum Of Natural Science
Saturn is lost in the Sun's glare this month.Mercury briefly appears in the evening sky in the last two weeks of December and in early January.

Geminid meteor shower peaks Dec. 13-14
KOCO Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY —The Geminid meteor shower will peak on Dec. ... With a near crescent moon during the peak of the meteor shower, stargazers ...

Two meteor showers in the December sky
Hesperia Star
The "stars" in December are Orion and Taurus, along with Canis Major and Minor. Orion, the mighty hunter, is one of the larger and most recognizable ...

Meteors and Meteor Showers
Meteors at CalSky
A brighter and 4 dimmer meteors of the meteor shower of the Leonids ... Figure 2: In November 1799 this meteor shower was observed at full moon off ...

Meteor shower watching set Dec. 13
Fairfield Ledger
Jefferson County Naturalist Therese Cummiskey said the Geminid Meteor Showers will peak after midnight between Dec. 13-14, but “we'll start earlier ...

How to see the spectacular Geminids meteor shower over Wales
WalesOnline
Stargazers will be in for a treat when the Geminids meteor shower takes place. It is set to peak in December so make sure you know what to look out ...

Camp out at an LA urban park to watch the Geminid meteor showers
Los Angeles Times
Start with an easy overnight at the very urban Marsh Park near the L.A. River to watch the Geminid meteor showers this month. The roughly four-acre ...

Meteors, stars and planets, oh my!
Smoky Mountain News
One of the more reliable meteor showers for viewing, the Geminids will peak at 1 p.m. Dec. 14, making the nights of Dec. 13 and 14 the best time to ...

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