From: YourName - Josh Goldstein <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1999 00:59:55 -0700 Fwd Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1999 18:26:52 -0400 Subject: Re: NASA Leonid Balloon Snagged Some Far-Out >From: Stig Agermose <firstname.lastname@example.org> >To: email@example.com >Subject: NASA Leonid Balloon Snagged Some Far-Out Meteoroids >Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 23:46:40 GMT >Source: Discovery (Channel) Online News, >http://www.discovery.com/news/briefs/brief1.html?ct=3713ed11 >Go to the site for NASA's animated sequence showing "microscopic >slices of an impact crater discovered on the xerogel capture >device. The crater measures 20-30 microns in diameter. The >animation shows the crater at various depths." >Stig >*** >Tuesday, April 13, 1999 >Leonid Meteor Results In >** >For the first time ever, astronomers may have snagged meteoroids >that originated outside the orbit of Uranus. >At the NASA/Ames Leonid Workshop Tuesday, astronomer David >Noever and his colleagues from the Marshall Space Flight Center >describe tiny particles captured in flight above Earth. >The study shows promise for an innovative method of meteoroid >retrieval, and takes scientists closer to understanding the >solar system at its adolescence. <snip> Stig, This is a fascinating new discovery. In reference to cosmic dust on the bottom of the ocean and in Antartica. Most people have no idea that there is a continuous extraterrestrial dust invasion on this earth. I once saw the astronomical figures for the amount of cosmic dust that lands each year. Anyone recall the weight in tons?
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