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Mars-->Morocco-->NYC-->London

Mars-->Morocco-->NYC-->London

météorite de Tissint est bien d'origine martienne. / Crédit : C. Smith, National History Museum, Londres

Mars Attack ? La météorite de Tissint provient de la planète Mars

météorite de Tissint est bien d'origine martienne. / Crédit : C. Smith, National History Museum, Londres

Unclassified stony meteorite recovered from the Saharan Desert - www.galactic-stone.com - #meteorite #meteorito #space #astronomy #asteroid #science

Unclassified stony meteorite recovered from the Saharan Desert - www.galactic-stone.com - #meteorite #meteorito #space #astronomy #asteroid #science

Rocks recently found in Morocco are freshly arrived bits from Mars -- of the roughly 24,000 meteorites that have been discovered on Earth, only about 34 hail from the red planet, NASA says -- Scientists believe they plummented to Earth in a meteorite shower last July. They were recovered in Morocco in December. The biggest of the 15 rocks weighs more than 2 pounds. They're worth 10 times the price of gold. Image: Mars meteorite, called Tissint.

Rocks recently found in Morocco are freshly arrived bits from Mars -- of the roughly 24,000 meteorites that have been discovered on Earth, only about 34 hail from the red planet, NASA says -- Scientists believe they plummented to Earth in a meteorite shower last July. They were recovered in Morocco in December. The biggest of the 15 rocks weighs more than 2 pounds. They're worth 10 times the price of gold. Image: Mars meteorite, called Tissint.

Listes des Diamants

Listes des Diamants

Over the last ten years, dozens of Asteroids have delivered energy equivalent to a nuclear bomb into the upper atmosphere.

Asteroids cause dozens of nuclear-scale blasts in Earth's atmosphere

Over the last ten years, dozens of Asteroids have delivered energy equivalent to a nuclear bomb into the upper atmosphere.

Meteorite

Meteorite

Close-up detail photo of an olivine cluster showing through the outer surface of this unclassifed NWA meteorite specimen. 25 grams.  #space #meteorite #astronomy

Close-up detail photo of an olivine cluster showing through the outer surface of this unclassifed NWA meteorite specimen. 25 grams. #space #meteorite #astronomy

"There’s More to Nothing Than We Knew"  [features cosmologist lawrence krauss]

Cosmologists Try to Explain a Universe Springing From Nothing

"There’s More to Nothing Than We Knew" [features cosmologist lawrence krauss]

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