“Exploring Meteorite Mysteries”

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“Exploring Meteorite Mysteries: A Teacher’s Guide with Activities for Earth and Space Sciences”
NASA Office of Space Science/Solar System Exploration Division and Office of Human Resources and Education/Education Division
08/1997
EG-1997-08-104-HQ
On-line Text (pdf)

Librarian’s Note: This was distributed to the participants in the Moon Rock certification classes at the ISDC.

Best of the Moon 2007 – Big Rocks from Space Fact

3 thoughts on ““Exploring Meteorite Mysteries”

  1. I am Mr.Steve R.Arnold from the great city of chicago,ill, usa.I currently have over 100 meteorites in my personal collection.I specialize in the 1960 BURKINA-FASO GAO meteorite fall.I collect only gao meteorites now,after having many different ones in my collection.I decided since I like mostly stoney meteorites,and that gao,when mostly fully fusion crusted and are whole make a great meteorite for display.Please feel to view whenever and remember to sign my guestbook.
    Sincerely,Steve Arnold

  2. An excellent resource. Thanks!

    Gary

  3. Just what I need for some outreach I have planned.Thanks to Mike Gilmer at Galactic Stone for the link to your site.All the best from the Emerald Isle

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