Andries Goedhart

Andries Goedhart

Andries Goedhart
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A large Sikhote Alin iron meteorite covered in regmaglypts.

A large Sikhote Alin iron meteorite covered in regmaglypts.

Meteorite Picture of the Day from Tucson Meteorites

Meteorite Picture of the Day from Tucson Meteorites

Wiluna meteorite.  Stone, chondrite, H5, W0.  Locality: 5 miles due east of Wiluna township, Western Australia.  Fell September 2, 1967, 10:46 p.m. local time.  TKW: 150 kg..............MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!

Wiluna meteorite. Stone, chondrite, H5, W0. Locality: 5 miles due east of Wiluna township, Western Australia. Fell September 2, 1967, 10:46 p.m. local time. TKW: 150 kg..............MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!

The find of the Alamat meteorite in 2009. 19 kg chondrite in situ. Photo S. Buhl

The find of the Alamat meteorite in 2009. 19 kg chondrite in situ. Photo S. Buhl

Zagami Meteorite  Fell January 1, 1962  180 million years old, Zagami is a fragment of a Martian lava flow. A giant impact catapulted it into space.  Group: Stone, achondrite Locality: Katsina Province , Nigeria

Zagami Meteorite Fell January 1, 1962 180 million years old, Zagami is a fragment of a Martian lava flow. A giant impact catapulted it into space. Group: Stone, achondrite Locality: Katsina Province , Nigeria

Tatahouine Diogenite meteorite.  Large 97gram specimen.  Witnessed fal 1931, Tatawin Tunisia.  Displayed at the 2017 Tucson Gen and Mineral show.

Tatahouine Diogenite meteorite. Large 97gram specimen. Witnessed fal 1931, Tatawin Tunisia. Displayed at the 2017 Tucson Gen and Mineral show.

Dynamic Duo - Spirit Lives & Opportunity Knocks!  (2006)

Dynamic Duo - Spirit Lives & Opportunity Knocks! (2006)

MPOD 161217  from Tucson Meteorites

MPOD 161217 from Tucson Meteorites

On this day in 1947, a meteorite estimated to be about 30 tons impacted in the Sikhote-Alin Mountains of eastern Siberia around 10:30am not from from the settlement of Luchegorsk.    The meteorite actually broke up pre-impact with a violent explosion at an altitude of 3.5 miles and the impact itself was heard and seen over a radius of about 190 miles.

On this day in 1947, a meteorite estimated to be about 30 tons impacted in the Sikhote-Alin Mountains of eastern Siberia around 10:30am not from from the settlement of Luchegorsk. The meteorite actually broke up pre-impact with a violent explosion at an altitude of 3.5 miles and the impact itself was heard and seen over a radius of about 190 miles.