19 March 2015

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 19MAR2015

Photos: See Five Fireballs That Lit Up Colorado Skies
The meteor had an average speed of 47 km/s (106,000 mph). NEXRAD Doppler radar (KFTG Denver) over the hour following thefireball does not ...

VIDEO: Massive meteor in the sky over Switzerland, Germany and Austria
On Twitter, there were several who reported the phenomenon as ameteor, and the website lunarmeteoritehunters have collected some witness ...

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 17MAR2015
Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News
Speaking to the Express Mr Macdonald said, "It was a beautiful, clear night and I got some nice pictures but capturing the meteor was a fluke.

Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower - Live Broadcast
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower runs from April 21 – May 20, 2015. Meteor activity peaks from May 5-6, and many meteors are still visible a few days ...

Chemical reactions that kickstarted life on Earth pinpointed
Daily Mail - 12 hours
Chemists at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge found that meteorite impacts (pictured) would have created hydrogen cyanide ...

Best views of Mercury's icy craters
BBC News - 7 hours
Scientists obtain the most detailed views yet of ice deposits inside the permanently shadowed craters at Mercury's north pole.

Real-time holographic displays one step closer to reality
PhysOrg - 12 hours
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have designed a new type of pixel element and demonstrated its unique switching capability, ...

Nanospheres cooled with light to explore the limits of quantum physics
PhysOrg - 9 hours
A team of scientists at UCL led by Peter Barker and Tania Monteiro (UCL Physics and Astronomy) has developed a new technology which could one ...

Superconductivity's turning point from niche to mass markets
PhysOrg - 9 hours
Following is an interview with Dr John Durrell, newly appointed Lecturer in Superconductivity, by Philip Guildford, Director of Research:

2015 The SECOND Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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