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Meteorite Club Publications

Discussions about Meteorite Club publications, articles, quotes, courses and more..
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The Willamette MeteoriteBy Marissa Fanady0 Replies · 468 ViewsLast post: 1 year ago · Marissa Fanady
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The New Concord Meteorite FallBy Marissa Fanady0 Replies · 465 ViewsLast post: 1 year ago · Marissa Fanady
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The New Concord Meteorite FallBy Alex Folta0 Replies · 452 ViewsLast post: 1 year ago · Alex Folta
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Increased Fireball Rate possibly linked to 2019 Taurid Meteor SwarmBy Chris Colvin0 Replies · 9 ViewsLast post: 1 year ago · Chris Colvin
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Meteorites have been found after Cuba daytime meteor event! FIRST INTERVIEWSBy John Higgins0 Replies · 141 ViewsLast post: 1 year ago · John Higgins
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NEW ARTICLE: Why Study Meteorites?By Marissa Fanady0 Replies · 230 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Marissa Fanady
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