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  • 121Hodges meteorite — The Hodges Meteorite is the only documented extraterrestrial object to have struck a human being. It was a grapefruit sized fragment of the Sylacauga meteorite [http://tin.er.usgs.gov/meteor/metbull.php?sea=Sylacauga+ sfor=names ants= falls=… …

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  • 122Orgueil (meteorite) — Orgueil Type Chondrite Class Carbonaceous chondrite Group CI1 Country …

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  • 123Moss meteorite — Moss Moss Type Chondrite Class Carbonaceous chondrite Group CO3 …

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  • 124Gibeon (météorite) — Gibeon Échantillons de la météorite de Gibeon exposés sur Post Street Mall, à Windhoek. Caractéristiques Type Ferreuse …

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  • 125Tagish Lake (météorite) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tagish. Tagish Lake Un fragment de la météorite du lac Tagish aux côtés d un cube d un centimètre de côté …

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  • 126High Possil meteorite — The High Possil meteorite fell on the morning of Thursday, 5 April 1804, in a quarry near High Possil, on the northern outskirts of Glasgow. The High Possil meteorite is one of only four ever to have been found in Scotland the others being the… …

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  • 127Peekskill meteorite — The Peekskill meteorite broke up over the United States on October 9, 1992, an event witnessed by thousands across the East Coast. The meteorite broke up over Kentucky and landed on a parked car in Peekskill, New York. Major cities like… …

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  • 128Old Woman meteorite — The Old Woman Meteorite is the largest meteorite found in California and the second largest in the United States. It was discovered in the Old Woman Mountains in southern California in late 1975.[1] It is 38 inches (97 cm) long,… …

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  • 129Morasko meteorite nature reserve — One of craters in winter The Morasko meteorite nature reserve (Polish: Rezerwat przyrody meteoryt Morasko) is located in Morasko, on the northern edge of the city of Poznań, Poland. It contains seven meteor craters, and was created in 1976 with… …

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  • 130Cape York meteorite — Cape York This sample is called Ahnighito. It weights 31 t and stands in American Museum of Natural History. Type Iron Group IIIAB Structural …

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  • 131Chassigny (meteorite) — Chassigny redirects here. For other uses, see Chassigny (disambiguation). Thin section of Chassigny under cross polarized light (JPL) Chassigny is a Mars meteorite which fell on October 3, 1815, at approximately 8:00 am, in Chassigny, Haute Marne …

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  • 132Réserve de biodiversité de la Météorite — Catégorie UICN III (monument naturel) Pays  Canada Province …

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  • 133Kaidun meteorite — The Kaidun meteorite is a meteorite that fell on March 12, 1980 on a Soviet military base (lat. 15° N, long. 48.3° E) in Yemen. It contains a uniquely wide variety of minerals, causing some confusion as to its origin. In March 2004 it was… …

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  • 134Shergotty meteorite — The Shergotty meteorite is the first example of the shergottite Mars meteorite family. The Shergotty meteorite, a 4 kg martian meteorite, fell on Earth on Shergotty, Gaya, Bihar, India on August 25, 1865 and was retrieved by witnesses almost… …

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  • 135Allende meteorite — /ah yen day/, Astron. a carbonaceous chondrite meteorite that fell over northern Mexico in 1969: one of the largest recorded falls of a stony meteorite. [after Pueblito de Allende, village in Chihuahua, Mexico, near where pieces of it were… …

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  • 136Center for Meteorite Studies — The Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University, located on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University, contains over 1,500 specimens from separate meteorite falls, the largest university based meteorite collection in the world.… …

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  • 137Hadley Rille meteorite — The Hadley Rille meteorite was a meteorite discovered on the Moon at coordinates 26° 26 0 N, 3° 39 20 E, during the Apollo 15 mission in 1971. It was the second meteorite to be discovered on a solar system body other than the Earth. The first was …

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  • 138Impact de météorite — Cratère d impact Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cratère. Représentation d artiste d un impact météoritique Un cratère d impact est la dépression de forme plus ou moins circulaire …

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  • 139Hadley Rille (météorite) — David R. Scott, commandant de la mission Apollo 15, devant le massif Hadley Rille (site où fut ramassée la météorite). Hadley Rille est une météorite découverte sur la Lune au cours de la mission Apollo 15 en 1971. C est l une des premières… …

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  • 140Karoonda meteorite — The Karoonda meteorite fell to earth on November 25 1930 at 10:53 pm near the South Australian town of Karoonda. [cite web url = http://www.dckem.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=169 title = Karoonda Meteorite| accessdate = 2007 01 15| date = 11 January …

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