11 December 2016

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 11DEC2016

The mysterious meteorites that could prove Jupiter DID have a different orbit early in its existence
...a rare class of meteorites known as ‘CB chondrites’ suggests Jupiter sat somewhere near the asteroid belt at its current size about 5 million years after the first solid objects formed in the solar system....

Large meteor explodes over Norway
The Watchers
A large meteor exploded over the Norwegian Sea at 04:15 UTC on December 6, 2016. The event lit up the sky over Norway and was followed by ...

Geminid meteor shower to light up the skies above Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Echo
The annual meteor shower is caused by the 3200 Phaethon asteroid. Its orbit brings it close to the sun, causing its surface material to crumble and ...

Rare Event: Huge 'Apocalyptic' Meteor Explodes In Siberian Skyline, Turns Night Into Day
Nature World News
According to Science Alert, a huge fireball exploded across the night sky of the remote Republic of Khakassia, momentarily turning night into day.

Bright early Geminid meteor
The 2016 Geminid meteor shower peaks on the night of a full moon. Eliot Herman caught this early Geminid, emerging from its radiant point into a ...

Skywatch: Geminids meteor show peaks this week
Tulsa World
Monday: Geminids meteor shower peaks tomorrow night. The Geminids are a nice shower in that the radiant (the location where the meteors appear ...

The Best Meteor Shower Is Coming Our Way, Watch Out The Skies For An Amazing Display On ...
The Geminid meteor shower will stun you with its brightest meteors. If you happen to catch them, then you would able to see an impressive 120 ...

Geminid Meteor shower, 14 December 2016
Geminid Meteor shower, 14 December 2016. The northern horizon at 4:00 am ACDST as seen from Southern Australia (northern Australia is similar ...

Geminids Meteor Shower Viewing, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake)
Geminids Meteor Shower Viewing from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Program Location: Paynetown SRA, Deer Run Shelter Usually one of the strongest showers ...

2016 The THIRD Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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