Thursday, December 13, 2007

Geminid Meteor shower tonight & tusks show evidence of blast from past

Geminids meteor shower is tonight/ tomorow morning. I collect meteorites, watch meteor showers and am interested in meteoritic events past andpresent. I saw this article "Mammoth tusks show up meteorite shower" and that got me curious. It's not from "rag newspaper" but a magazine named Nature.
I give a lot of credit to this guy you made the connection. Seeing the tiny holes after going for a hunch and checking for magetism was incredible. Read more

( 1 Students will gain an understanding of observational evidence that can lead to further possible discovers in astronomy (and other sciences).

Dr. Eric Flescher (, Olathe, KS: Lat 38.834, Lon -94.778: Nature's Greatest Spectacle- 2008 & 2009 Total Eclipse- Winco Eclipse Tours, Comet Observers Award Coordinator- Astronomical League / Astronomical Society of Kansas, KC, MO-Louisburg,KS: Comet Observers Blog: to Comet Observers newsletter (send your email to) : : Eclipse sightings > E.O.A.S. (Earth, Oceans, Atmosphere and Space) Blog -:State of Kansas-JPL NASA Solar System Ambassador: #2572 IMCA

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