3D Archiving: Meteorite Replication
Ten to Twenty thousand years ago chunks of pallasite (metal and gemstone formed in an ancient celestial body) plummeted through the Earth's atmosphere and landed just outside the current town of Brenham, Kansas. This event is now known as the Brenham fall. Meteorite hunters have been lured to the site since a 1949 discovery of a 1,400-pound meteorite. In October 2005 Steve Arnold went on hunting for meteorites in Western Kansas where he hit the mother-load, uncovering the largest oriented pallasite meteorite in the world. Read More...
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