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Strange Universe With Bob Berman

Strange Universe 10/24/21

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Three weeks ago, a woman in her bed near Vancouver heard a loud noise, felt pieces of her ceiling falling on her, and then discovered a black fist-sized meteorite on the pillow a few inches from her head. Seems impossible, but a house in North America is struck every 1.3 years on average. On this episode we'll learn the characteristics that help identify meteorites.

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