Antarctic Meteorite Program - Smithsonian Institution
The Antarctic Meteorite Program is a cooperative agreement between three agencies - the National Science Foundation, NASA and the Smithsonian Institution - providing for the collection, curation, distribution, and long-term storage of meteorites recovered during annual U.S. expeditions to Antarctica. Returning more meteorites in the last 30 years than were collected over the entire Earth in the previous 500 years, the Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET)...
11 April
Robotic search for antarctic meteorites
Antarctic Meteorite Demonstration for January 1998. Antarctica97-98 SPECTROSCOPY Experiment. Liam Pedersen. Robotic search for antarctic meteorites: 1997 technology demonstration at patriot hills. Dimi Apostolopoulos, Red Whittaker, William Cassidy.
Antarctic meteorite mug shots
Some Photos of Antarctic Meteorites. ... Searching for meteorites at Lewis Cliff. Most of the rocks in this photo are just that - rocks. We estimated that 1 in 500 to 1000 of the rocks were meteorites. That's much better odds than most other places on Earth. See ANSMET for why so many meteorites are found in Antarctica.
19 September
Antarctic Meteorites
The stony meteorites found in Antarctica are thought to be some of the most ancient, and the least disturbed from the time of their formation. Fraknoi, et al. report that almost all these meteorites have radioactive ages between 4.48 and 4.56 billion years. When the best data and the most accurate values for half-lives are combined, these Antarctic meteorites give an age of 4.54 billion years with an uncertainty of less than 0.1 billion years.
2 March
PSRD: Antarctic Meteorites
The total number of Antarctic meteorites is closer to 25,000 when you include Japanese collections (beginning in 1969) and European collections. This large number is uncorrected for pairing--when laboratory examinations show that two or more specimens are actually broken pieces of the same rock. Antarctica (the highest, driest, coldest, windiest, and emptiest place on Earth)...
8 October
Pairing Unbound: Fragmentation of Antarctic Meteorites.
Antarctic meteorites are found as accumulations on icefields, and many of these samples are fragments of individual meteorites, or “pairs”. We have used natural and induced TL data to search for potential pairings among 882 Antarctic samples, using literature noble gas concentrations and radionuclide activities as additional criteria when possible. We did not impose geographic proximity criteria, instead using it as an independent test of proposed pairings.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2009)
Antarctic Meteorites
Although meteorites have been found in many places, the richest hunting ground for meteorite finds is the Antarctic ice sheet. This is not because more meteorites fall in Antarctica, but because they are easier to find and identify there. There are two primary reasons: 1. Because there are few other sources of rocky material on the Antarctic ice sheet, rocks found there are likely to be meteorites.
24 January
Meteorites, ice, and Antarctica , by William A. Cassidy.
In 1969, Japanese scientists discovered Antarctica to be a bonanza for meteorites. Up to now, it has produced more than 30,000 meteorite specimens from different locations of the Antarctic continent. ... This book is a very valuable introduction to meteoritics for all persons generally interested in these rocks but does, naturally, focus on Antarctic meteorites.
Title: Antarctica Meteorite Expedition Exhibit Materials...
Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], Antarctica Meteorite Expedition Exhibit Materials, 1984-1985, SC 5050, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va. Acquisition Information: These items had been kept by a staff member of Media Resources, Patti Sandlin Williams, in her office until they were transferred to Special Collections in 2012.
24 October
Internet Exercise 2: Meteorites in Antarctica!
The existing collection of meteorites has vastly increased due to the discovery of numerous meteorites in Antarctica. We've talked about the "hows" and "why's" of meteorite occurrences in the Antarctic in class. Now I want you to use the Internet to examine the "where?" and "how many" questions. You will need to find the Antarctic Meteorite Location and Mapping Project (AMLAMP) homepage in the Lunar and Planetary Institute website
1 August
Search for Meteorites in the Patriot Hills Area, Ellsworth...
From late November 2005 to mid-January 2006, Joe joined ANSMET (The Search for Antarctic Meteorites), a jointly funded NASA/National Science Foundation annual expedition, to help collect meteorites on the blue ice fields. ... The cliff was made as ice was ablated away near the mountain by the wind. During eight weeks in Antarctica only one penguin was seen, and it was along the shoreline near McMurdo Station (above). One of the most successuful animals in Antarctica is the skua (above).
18 April
The Murchison Meteorite
Beginning in the 1980s, expeditions to Antarctica have produced more meteorites than the total number collected prior to these meteorite hunts. Good information and pictures of meteorites can be found at Meteors, Meteorites and Impacts, this link, and The Meteorite Gallery. ... The average age of meteoritic material is 4.54 BY.
2 February
Antarctic Meteorite Locations. Map that shows you where scientists are looking for meteorites. ... Paper that discusses the pros and cons regarding the evidence of microbial life forms found in Mars meteorites. Meteorite Central. Excellent source for current events, articles, etc. dealing with meteorites. Meteorites from Antarctica.
21 November
Bulk element compositions of meteorites: a guide for
(1983) and Yanai and Kojima (1995) simply reflects that nearly their entire databases are finds from Antarctica. We do include data from these researchers when discussing meteorites other than ordinary chondrites. ... Haas J. R. and Haskin L. A. (1991): Compositional variations among whole-rock fragments of the L6 chondrite Bruderheim. Meteoritics 26, 13-26. Haramura H., Kushiro I., and Yanai K. (1983): Chemical compositions of Antarctic meteorites.
Easy way to get pieces of Mars to study | Martian Meteorites
Antarctic ice fields are a good place to look for meteorites in general e.g. Allan Hills Region (AH). ALH 84001--oldest of 12 rocks thought To have come from Mars. Weighs 4 pounds (softball-sized) found in 1984. ... 5. Occasionally, a close encounter with inner planets abruptly changes the path. 6. Many of the objects eventually fall into the sun, collide with asteroids, or escape the solar system. 7. A small fraction of the fragments hits the Earth, 13,000 years ago, in Antarctica.
Meteorites from Antarctica are an important area of study of material formed early in the solar system; most are thought to come from asteroids, but some may have originated on larger planets. The first meteorites were found in 1912. ... Compared with meteorites collected in more temperate regions on Earth, the Antarctic meteorites are well-preserved.
12 October
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
1969 — Discovery of meteorites in a small area of Antarctica leads to annual expeditions by U.S. and Japanese teams. 1982–1983 — Meteorites from the Moon and Mars are identied in Antarctic collections. ... 3 The glassy black patches in this martian meteorite contain atmospheric gases. 4 Barringer Meteor Crater in Arizona. 5 A stony meteorite found in Antarctica. 6 A scientist working in the Meteorite Processing Lab at NASA Johnson Space Center.
ALH8401 was discovered in Antarctica, where rocks that fall from the heavens are easy to spot on the icy glacial plains. Its name indicates that it was the first meteorite found during the 1984 research season in the Allan Hills, an especially meteorite-rich area in the Trans-Antarctic Mountains. ALH84001 is a 1.9 kg meteorite from Mars.
13 October
INTRODUCTION Most information about meteoritic organic compounds was obtained from the analysis of the Murchison meteorite, a Carbonaceous chondrites, a rare class of stony carbonaceous chondrite that fell in Australia in 1969. ... Several other carbonaceous chondrites the presence of traces of potentially biological material in the from Antarctica, including ALH 83100 (Glavin et al. 2006), Antarctic Martian meteorite ALH 84001 (McKay et al.
10 November
Cosmogenic radionuclides in L5 and LL5
The meteorite collection sites of Antarctica. Meteoritics 27:490–525. ... Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43:1691–1708. Huss G. R. 1991. Meteorite mass distributions and differences beteween Antarctic and non-Antarctic meteorites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 55:105–112. Jarosewich E. 1990.
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13 September
Meteorites, Meteorites and Impacts
Meteors, Meteorites and Impacts. A meteor is a bright streak of light in the sky (a "shooting star" or a "falling star") produced by the entry of a small meteoroid into the Earth's atmosphere. ... Included are all known meteorites (4660 in all, weighing a total of 494625 kg) in the period 1740-1990 (excluding meteorites found in Antarctica).
28 August
Meteorite Mysteries
Antarctica is a special place for collecting meteorites. More meteorite fragments have been recovered there than from the rest of the world combined. Yet because the continent is frozen, remote and uninhabited, not a single Antarctic meteorite fall has been observed. Several factors combine to make Antarctica ideal for finding previously-fallen meteorites.
detailed evaluations of Antarctic meteoritic carbonates show that weathering can affect carbonate geochemistry by dissolution-precipitation both before and after ice burial (JULL et al., 1988; JULL et al., 1998; KOPP and HUMAYUN, 2003). In this study, we examine oxygen and carbon isotopes of carbonate minerals from a suite of paired CM2 chondrite meteorites from Elephant Moraine, Antarctica that are described in The Meteoritical Bulletin (GROSSMAN and SCORE, 1996).
Meteorites, ice, and Antarctica
U.S. Antarctic Search for Meteorites Project. Regions: Antarctica.
31 January
The Sikhote- This is one fragment of the Sikhote-Alin meteorite It is about 15 cm across The photograph shows th Larger meteorites are extremely rare, but make enormous craters when they hit the Earth It was formed about 50,000 Meteor Crater in Arizona is over one Many meteorites have been found in deserts, where the heat and dryness have kept them. from rusting away When meteorites are discovered, they are called fin The best collecting place in the world is Antarctica, where meteorites fell on the ice and were...
Cosmic Dust webpage - Micrometeorites from the So...
When meteorites and micrometeorites fall on the ice of Antarctica they get buried under falling snow and may remain buried for hundreds to thousands of years. The ice sheets move as glaciers move, always from the top of the mountains and the center of the continent towards the shores which are lower in elevation. ... Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences 39(11): 1849-1858.
14 March
Systematics and Evaluation of Meteorite Classification
A variety of characteristics are used to classify meteor-ites (e.g., mineralogy, petrology, whole-rock chemistry, and O isotopes), but the groupings based on these data are not always consistent with each other. Additionally, a number of meteorites do not fit into the existing groups. ... Most of the meteorites in our collections are finds and many of these are materials recovered from private and nationally organized search efforts in hot (Africa, Australia) and cold (Antarctica) deserts.
Bacterial Fossils in Meteorites - MicrobeWiki
In 1996, headlines circulated when scientists announced the evidence of what is claimed to be bacterial fossils in meteorites. The question of extraterrestrial life has been a topic of perennial interest plaguing the minds of filmmakers and fiction w...
5 February
Fossils of Cyanobacteria in CI1 Carbonaceous Meteorites
Figure 8.a. Blue and white snow and glacial ice tiger stripes on Saturn’s moon Enceladus and b. ice bubbles from Lake Glubokoye, Antarctica. Color images from the Galileo spacecraft of c. the Conamara Chaos region and d. the Thrace region of Europa. ... Tonui, E., Zolensky, E. M.., Lipschutz, M. (2001). Petrography, mineralogy and trace element chemistry of Y-86029, Y-793321 and LEW 85332: Aqueous alteration and heating events. Antarctic Meteorites XXVI.
A meteorite is a rock from outer space that was once a meteor and has fallen to the earth. Some meteorites are made of broken up pieces of planets. Other meteorites may be parts of comets. ... However, upon close inspection, meteorites differ from earthly rocks in that meteorites contain small specks of metal (primarily iron). In Antarctica, where meteorites are easier to find in the icy, white glaciers, nearly 90% of the meteorites are aerolites or stony meteorites.
1 March
Chondritic Meteorite Fragments
Chondritic Meteorite Fragments Associated with the Permian-Triassic Boundary in Antarctica. ... The Ni/Fe, Co/Ni, and P/Fe ratios in metal grains; the Fe/Mg and Mn/Fe ratios in olivine and pyroxene; and the chemistry of Fe-, Ni-, P-, and S-bearing oxide in the meteorite fragments are typical of CM-type chondritic meteorites. In one sample, the meteoritic fragments are accompanied by more abundant discrete metal grains, which are also found in an end-Permian bed at Meishan, southern China.
U S Antarctic Search For Meteorites Project
(Search History) SUBJECT: U.S. Antarctic Search for Meteorites Project in View Entire Collection (Clear Search History) (End Search Session). ... Meteorites, Ice, And Antarctica Cassidy, W. A. (William A.) Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003.
2 September
IRONS constitute about 66 % of FINDS: i.e., meteorites just...
An iron meteorite from Derrick Peak, Antarctica. Iron meteorites (IRONS) are primarily iron and nickel. IRONS are probably remnants of the broken-up core of a chemically differentiated asteroids. ... But they are only about 6 % of FALLS: i.e., meteorites that are seen to fall and then are located. Most FALLS are STONES or STONY-IRONS. Question: Why are IRONS so much more abundant as FINDS than as FALLS?
14 December
Antarctic Guide to Martian
The images, below, show similarities between silicate alteration features in the Wright Valley soils and in the Martian meteorite Shergotty, which was collected in August of 1865 in India. When silicate minerals dissolve they leave behind pits with sharp "sawtooth" margins or honeycomb patterns. Figures (a) and (c) show effects of aqueous dissolution on amphibole found in the permanently frozen soil collected in Wright Valley, Antarctica.
Acknowledgements: Author thanks to Drs. T. Kato
Introduction: Quenched chlorine (Cl) -bearing akaganeite and iron-nickel (Fe-Ni) oxides are not reported for various meteorites (included for Antarctic meteorites) and meteoritic impact craters [1-6]. ... Lunar and Martian meteorites found on Antarctica and Earth are also checked in those fusion crusts, but less chlorine contents do not form characteristic flake textures of akaganeite in this study so far.
3 Meteorites | Exploring Organic Environments in the Solar...
to Antarctica. The Sahara has become a major source for meteorites. Many in the U.S. meteorite curation community have avoided dealing in these meteorites because of issues of unknown provenance and likely exportation from Libya. ... 88. M. Yoshida, H. Ando, K. Omoto, R. Naruse, and Y. Ageta, “Discovery of Meteorites Near Yamato Mountains, East Antarctica,” Antarctic Record 39: 62-65, 1971. 89. For a summary of Antarctic meteorite field work, overviews of meteoritic and related glaciological investigations, and...
9 October
Meteorites, Meteorites and Impacts
ANSMET, The Antarctic Search for Meteorites. Arizona meteorites, including a nice clickable map of finds in Arizona. International Meteor Organization. ... It arrived in a meteor shower 13,000 years ago. And in 1984 an American scientist on an annual U.S. government mission to search for meteors on Antarctica picked it up and took it to be studied. Appropriately, it was the first rock to be picked up that year -- rock number 84001.
14 November
Geologic Studies in Antarctica via a Web-Expedition
West Antarctica includes the Antarctic Peninsula, Marie Byrd Land, and the areas east and north of the Transantarctic Mountains and is centered on 90 degrees west longitude. The two regions evolved in very different ways and only came together relatively recently - in geologic time, of course. ... Antarctica and Meteorites.
5 January
A chondritic meteorite discovered in Antarctica.
They are also usually larger than other meteorite types since they are less affected by ablation during their passage through the atmosphere. This is reflected in the statistic that although iron meteorites make up only 4% of the meteorites witnessed falling to Earth, they account for almost 20% of all of the meteorites found.
12 September
If you go hunting for meteorites...
New Mexico Meteorites. Meteorites fall randomly all over the earth, but because people only live on a small part of the Earth's surface, not many fall in people's backyards. Meteorites seen to fall to the Earth, called falls, only occur in areas where people live and can see them. ... These conditions are met in the sand dunes of the Sahara and the glaciers of Antarctica. When the dunes shift or the glaciers evaporate, they leave behind hundreds of meteorites.
28 January
Author's personal copy
Similar to the iron meteorites from Antarctica, the irons from Northwest Africa include a high fraction of ungrouped irons and of minor subgroups of group IAB. The dierent dis-tribution is attributed to the small median size of the desert meteorites ($1.3 kg in North African irons, $30 kg in non-desert irons). ... Most of the meteor-ites now in museums and other meteorite collections were found in deserts.
Meteorite Mysteries
Antarctica is a special place for collecting meteorites. More meteorite fragments have been recovered there than from the rest of the world combined. Yet because the continent is frozen, remote and uninhabited, not a single Antarctic meteorite fall has been observed. Several factors combine to make Antarctica ideal for finding previously-fallen meteorites.
Earth Astronauts | art | sci magazine
Ralph Harvey kneels beside a large meteorite found on the Antarctic ice sheet in December 2003. Photo by Cari Corrigan/ANSMET. Massive glaciers up to two miles thick form a huge dome of ice over the land in East Antarctica. Slumping under their own weight, these glaciers flow downhill and outward towards the continent’s coastline (blue arrows), carrying along any meteorites that have fallen on their surface.
4 August
NATS 1001 Astronomy--Rest of Solar System Topic Outline
Links --Meteorites from Antarctica --Buying meteorites (one site). Videos --Meteorite passes by skydiver --How to find a Meteorite 6 min --How to identify a meteorite. ... Meteor showers --Describe a meteor shower --What is a meteor shower composed of? - -Why do we have meteor showers? - -Why is the best time to see a meteor shower for a few hours after midnight?
5 May
P LANETARY | Collecting Meteorites
No matter whose it is, I will modify it to say, “The coldest win-ter I ever spent was a summer in Antarctica.” Last December and Janu-ary, while it was winter in the Northern Hemisphere, I was summering in Antarctica’s sub-freezing temperatures with 24-hour sunlight. The purpose of my trip was to search for rocks from space for the National Science Foundation and NASA, as part of a project called ANSMET (ANtarctic Search for METeorites).
A Variety of Meteorite Types
Meteorites. • A meteor that survives its fall through the. atmosphere is called a meteorite. • Hundreds fall on the Earth every year. • Meteorites do not come from comets. • First documented case in modern times was. recorded in 1803. ... Q Meteorite finds. X About 25 per year are found X Antarctica is a fertile ground for finding meteorites. + Ice cap collects over a large area and preserves the meteorites. ISP 205 - Astronomy Gary D. Westfall.
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Ages and geologic histories of martian meteorites
Jull, A.J.T., Cielaszyk, E., Brown, S.T., and Donahue, D.J.: 1994, ‘14C Terrestrial Ages of Achondrites from Victoria Land Antarctica’, Proc. 25th Lun. Planet. ... Sci. 35, 545–560. Schultz, L., and Freundel, M.: 1984, ‘Terrestrial Ages of Antarctic Meteorites’, Meteoritics 19, 310 (abstract). Schultz, P.H., and DSHondt, S.: 1996, ‘Cretaceous-Tertiary (Chicxulub) Impact Angle and its Consequences’, Geology 24, 963–967.
Microfossils in chondritic meteorites from Antarctica?
Journal Title: Meteoritics & Planetary Science.
25 April
Geologist Kelley will discuss Antarctic search for meteorites. NOVEMBER 8, 2006. A Georgia Southern University geologist who spent six weeks in Antarctica collecting meteorites will give a seminar on his adventure. Michael Kelley will discuss ‘The 2005-2006 U.S. Antarctic Search for Meteorites Expedition” on Thursday, Nov. 16. Free and open to the public, the seminar will be held at 6 p.m. in the College of Information Technology Auditorium (Room 1004).
Meteorites, Impacts, & Mass Extinction
Meteorites. On February 15, 2013 a meteor exploded in the sky over Chelyabinsk, southern Russia. Although no people or buildings were hit by the resulting meteorite, the shockwave from the exploding object injured about 1500 people and caused damage to 7200 buildings in the region. ... 2003 - A shower of meteorites destroyed several houses and injured 20 people in India. Meteorite fragments have been found all over the surface of the Earth, although most have been found in Antarctica.
12 December
Rensselaer Magazine: Fall 2005: Class Notes Features
Monika Kress ’91 in Antarctica for the annual Antarctic Search for Meteorites. Rensselaer Alumni Association welcomes the RAA China Chapter. ... Monika Kress ’91 spent seven weeks in Antarctica as a field party member of the annual Antarctic Search for Meteorites, where, she says, “We found more than 1,300!” In August 2004 she became an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at San Jose State University.
31 January
Molecular Expressions Photo Gallery: The Meteorite Collection
Meteorites are easiest to find on Earth in deserts and other barren landscapes, such as that of Antarctica. ... Asteroid Meteorite. Though many meteorites may have little physical effect upon the Earth, a number of large meteor impacts are known to have occurred on the planet, some of which have been associated with extensive destruction.
25 December
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1 October
Meteorites, Meteorites and Impacts
Meteors, Meteorites and Impacts. A meteor is a bright streak of light in the sky (a "shooting star" or a "falling star") produced by the entry of a small meteoroid into the Earth's atmosphere. ... Included are all known meteorites (4660 in all, weighing a total of 494625 kg) in the period 1740-1990 (excluding meteorites found in Antarctica).
12 September
UCSB Science Line
The evidence that they found is fossilized bacteria (3.6 billion year old dead bacteria) on a meteor from Mars that struck Antarctica 13,000 years ago. We know the meteor is from Mars because it contains traces of the Martian atmosphere. ... In this meteorite are organic molecules (which can be found in a number of kinds of meteorites). In 1996, when this meteorite was discovered some scientists thought they saw evidence of fossilized bacteria. There was a big debate over whether this was the case.
21 December
For example, the Allende Meteorites is a large collection of stony meteorites (carbonaceous chondrites) that fell in 1969 near Pueblito de Allende in northern Mexico. In the case of the Antarctic meteorites, where thousands have been found in a few locations, such as the Yomato Mountains and the Alan Hills, a number is also used for identification.
Antarctica METEOR-M2 Orbit Tracks
Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC). METEOR-M2 Orbit Tracks Antarctica. ... April_11,2017 ( Day 2017101 ). 'Antarctica' Orbit Track Archive. Updated Sat Apr 8 18:11:09 UTC 2017 by SSEC . Return to SSEC Data Center Homepage.
20 January
Untitled Document | Types of meteorites?
Planetismals: e.g. Gaspra and Ida, Phobos and Deimos. Discussion question from last time? What processes can modify meteoritic material after condensation from the nebulaic gases? Collecting meteorites in Antarctica. Shergotites and such?
1 February
Impact | Some facts about meteorites
Some facts about meteorites. Meteoric debris occurs in three flavors: Meteoroid--a small particle from a comet or asteroid orbiting the Sun. Meteor--the light streak which results when a meteoroid enters the Earth's atmosphere and vaporizes; also called a shooting star and, when really bright, a fireball. ... Antarctica is considered the best place to look for meteorites because meteorites are relatively easy to spot on an ice sheet and are usually well preserved there.
12 January
"People have collected meteorites from Antarctica for many years," Dyar explains, "But it wasn't until the early 1980s that they realized that some came from Mars." A glasslike layer reveals some rocks' extraterrestrial origin, as speeding through Earth's atmosphere melts, then cools, the rock's outer layer. And their Martian origin is confirmed by the composition of gases trapped inside the meteorites like air pockets in a loaf of bread.
6 November
Organic compounds in carbonaceous meteorites
Much of our current understanding of meteoritic organic matter has come from investigations of the Murchison (CM2) meteorite, approximately 100 kg of which fell in western Australia in 1969. ... Since the fall of the Murchison (CM2) meteorite and the collection of meteorites from Antarctica, a number of aromatic compounds have been detected in these relatively pristine sam-ples.
Astronomy 101
Antarctic Meteorites. How do you know a rock is a meteorite? Meteor-wrongs. Slide Number 100. ... Where is the best place to find meteorites on Earth? • Antarctica • Deserts. – Sahara.
Solar System | Finding Meteorites
Meteorites. The quick flashes of light in the sky most people call ``shooting stars'' are meteor---pieces of the rock glowing from friction with the atmosphere as they plunge toward the surface. ... Since the 1980's thousands of meteorites have come from here. For further exploration, check out the Antarctica Meteorite web site at the Planetary Materials Curation office of NASA and the ANSMET site at Case Western Reserve University.
6 February
CORS 220: Lecture 22: Meteorite Impacts
Searching for meteorites in Antarctica. Meteorite recovered in the Arabian desert. Hoba meteorite, Namibia (largest ever recovered). Southern Africa, with box showing region containing the Vredefort impact site (Courtesy: Google Maps). ... Canyon Diablo meteorite fragment, Meteor Crater, Arizona (meteorite at Christchurch museum, New Zealand) (Photo by Simon Kattenhorn). Pseudotachylyte formed at the Vredefort impact site, South Africa (Photo by Simon Kattenhorn).
30 March
Large meteorites strike the surface of the Moon and Mars, causing fragments of the lunar or martian crust to jet into space. These fragments wander the Solar System: some eventually come down to Earth (inset) and are discovered. Much cheaper than a manned mission to Mars! A lunar meteorite in Antarctica with Swiss Army knife for scale.
22 February
The History of Meteoritics and Key Meteorite Collections: Fireballs, Falls, and Finds, edited by G.J.H McCall, A.J. Bowden, and R.J., Howarth, 2006, Geological Society, London, Special Publications no. 256, 513 p., cloth, ?95. ... The first Antarctic meteorites were discovered in 1969 and consist of several rare classifications, which began the search in earnest for meteorites in Antarctica.
Pictures of meteorite types in Ellie Crystal's Meteors-Meteorites page The Meteorite Market for more details and pictures; also offers meteorites for sale The Peekskill meteorite and videos of the meteor Antarctic Meteorites Impact Craters (whence landed some really big meteorites) The Tunguska event of 1908 Chelyabinsk meteor in Feb.
31 August
Meteorite Impact Structures Student Research
Paper: Many meteorites have been found over the years; many actual falls have been witnessed as well. But has anyone been injured by a meteorite? Has a meteorite ever killed someone? Have they injured or killed any animals? What damage have meteorites done to human-built structures? In this report, we will try to answer these questions as best as is possible.
29 February
Did I find a meteorite? , Educational Resources for K-16
KGS Home > Earth Science Education Did I find a meteorite? Stephen Greb and Warren Anderson. Twenty-seven confirmed meteorites have been found in Kentucky. These are meteorites that people saw fall, or were found and verified in laboratories. Many more pieces (100’s to 1000’s) of naturally occurring iron ores or man-made materials are misinterpreted as meteorites every year. Be cautious when buying “meteorites” on the internet or in stores.
11 February
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30 March
t is of no doubt that meteors and meteorites have captured the imaginations and hearts of man throughout the history of the Earth. Historically, there have been numerous religious and superstitious associations ascribed to meteorites. ... According to the book Meteorites, “Almost 90 percent of the meteorites seen to fall are chondrites, as are most of those found in Antarctica” (Hutchison, p.21).
Home | Meteorite of the Month
Home to the world's largest university-based meteorite collection, with over 30,000 individual specimens representing more than 2,000 distinct meteorites. ... This March, several members of the Center for Meteorites Studies presented new findings at the 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC), in Houston, Texas.
15 December
How many meteorites hit Earth each year? (Intermediate)
It's a bit hard to tell exactly how many meteorites hit Earth each year. Most meteors that you see in the sky are caused by pea-sized pieces of rock and there's a lot of stuff this size in the solar system that Earth can run into! ... Another way to tell how many meteorites hit Earth each year is to look at the number of meteorites found in dry regions where there isn't much vegtation or erosion (like deserts), where you expect to be able to find most of the meteorites that fell.
1 March
Catalog of Antarctic Meteorites - GW Libraries
Catalog of Antarctic Meteorites. Request this title through Interlibrary Loan.
18 January
Meteorites a Rich Source for Primordial Soup | Carnegie...
Antarctica is the world’s richest hunting ground for meteorites, which are naturally concentrated in so-called blue ice regions and held in cold storage by the ice. For the amino acid study, the researchers took small samples from three meteorites of a rare type called CR chondrites, thought to contain the oldest and the most primitive organic materials found in meteorites. ... Indigenous amino acids in primitive CR meteorites. Meteoritics and Planetary Science.
1 July
The Wilder Meteorite - Craig White
Chondritic meteorites are probably pieces of asteroids which were ejected into space by violent impacts. A short description of the Wilder meteorite is given in: White, C. M., 1989, The Wilder H5 chondrite: A 1982 find from Idaho. Meteoritics, v. 24, p. 56. ... Like all meteorites found outside Antarctica, the Idaho meteorites are named for towns or landmarks near the locations where they were found.
13 June
Astronomy 111, Fall 2011
Astronomy 111, Fall 2011. 17. Meteors and meteorites. A meteorite is a rock that has fallen from the sky. q It’s called a meteor while it’s falling through the sky. If a. ... Meteorite recovery. Lots of meteorites are found, well preserved and concen-trated, in Antarctica. Some deserts provide good samples too. q Suppose you were walking around in the plains of. Antarctica, and came upon a rock laying on the surface.
Science -- McKay et al. 273 (5277): 924
Additionally, these products might require anerobic bacteria, and the Antarctic ice sheet environment appears to be oxygen-rich; ferric oxide formed from metallic Fe is a common weathering product in Antarctic meteorites. ... A912 (1983); M. A. Velbel, Meteoritics 23, 151 (1988); I. B. Campbell and G. G. C. Claridge, Antarctica: Soils, Weathering Processes and Environment, Developments in Soil Science (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1987), vol. 16.
26 March
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences - University of...
Munoz Spends Six Weeks at Sea. Yuribia Munoz participated in a research expedition to Antarctica aboard the research vessel and ice breaker Araon. It was her third field season in the Antarctic as a UH student. Team Wins First Place in IBA Program Competition. ... EAS Researcher Returns from Meteorite Expedition to Antarctica. Team recovered 219 meteorites.
17 December
Provocations #134: Meteorites on the Antarctic ice
Dr. Roberts discusses a cooperative research project between Japan and the U.S. exploring meteorites discovered by a Japanese glaciological team in Antarctica. Walter Orr Roberts informal series, "Provocations." Each issue consists of provocative comments related to scientific issues that mostly focus on weather, climate, the sun, or near space, with the aim of creating a forum for discussion.
19 June
NASA's Cosmos | Antarctica
Numerous meteorites have been found embedded in the ice in this region near Allan Hills, Antarctica. These meteorites are probably fragments of asteroids that once had orbits between those of Mars and Jupiter, but a few of them may have come from the Moon or even Mars. (Courtesy of Ursula Marvin/CfA.)
25 April
Comets, Asteriods, Meteors, and Meteorites - AstroEd
When they strike the earth, they are called meteorites. This photo shows the Geminids. It was made by combining 83 out of 1,256 exposures shot over an 11-hour time span on December 13-14, 2004. (Credit: Fred Bruenjes). Below are four bright meteor showers, the number of meteors seen per hour, their source, and where to look for them in the sky. ... The easiest places to find meteorites on Earth are on the white surface of the Arctic and Antarctic Ice caps, or on smooth flat deserts.
7 January
Meteorites in Iowa – Iowa Geological Survey
The arrival of the first of Iowa’s historic meteorites at 2:50 p.m. on February 25, 1847, was announced with a great blast, described as sounding like the rolling of “distant thunder” followed by “three reports … in quick succession, like the firing of heavy cannon a half mile distant.” ... A total of about 800 pounds of the Amana meteor, classified as a dark chondrite, were recovered from this field, the largest fragment weighing about 74 pounds.
18 December
News | ECE | Virginia Tech
Read recent news from the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
1 January
Meteorite Building Blocks
• Iron meteorites consist. almost entirely of nickel-. iron metal alloys. • This sample found at. Derrick Peak, Antarctica –. probable piece of asteroid. core.
14 November
What Meteorites Tell Us about
integrated lecture, seminar, lab and field work with meteorites and computer. simulations. Critical perspectives on the history and progress of meteoritics, the science of meteorites. Hands-on study of a representative collection of meteorites from Mars, the Moon, and asteroids including Vesta. ... ANTARCTIC METEORITES (1976-2010), Wiley, New Jersey (2-15). Yanai, Keizo. Photographic catalog of the selected antarctic meteorites.
Meteors, meteorites, asteroids and comets
Printed 12:19, September 7, 1997. 29. Meteors, meteorites, asteroids and comets. 4. The fraction of light reflected is A, and the fraction absorbed is 1-A. ... It is now generally thought to be most likely that such an impact accounts for the extinction of the dinosaurs (and a lot of other species!) about 65 million years ago. Meteors, meteorites, meteoroids and meteor showers A meteor is what we see when we observe a streak of light in the sky at night.
Monnig Meteorite Gallery
At the Monnig Meteorite Gallery, you can experience pieces of the Solar System up close and explore the mysteries of meteorites! Meteorites are the oldest materials known — older than any rock formed on Earth! Learn how to identify a meteorite, enjoy a hands-on encounter with different types of meteorites, and create your own terrestrial impact crater.
12 June
Where penguins live
Where do emperor penguins live? They live in Antarctica. Antarctica is where the South Pole is. Antarctica is one of the coldest places on earth.
25 January
APOD: August 17, 1996 - A Meteorite From Mars
Most meteorites falling on land are never located or identified - appearing similar to other rocks to the untrained eye. In certain places in Antarctica, however, meteorites stand out from the white frozen ice and snow beneath them, as if they were just left yesterday. When the above meteorite was found in Antarctica, it was considered unusual because of its grey color.
7 February
The Weston Meteorite | Mineralogy and Meteoritics...
Weston, stony meteorite USA (YPM MET. 000081); picture width: 15 cm. At 6:30 on the morning of December 14, 1807, a blazing fireball about two-thirds the size of the moon was seen traveling southwards by early risers in Vermont and Massachusetts. ... Silliman was therefore established as the first active American participant early in the development of the field of meteoritics.
16 December
Meteors and Meteorites
9 When a large meteor survives all the way to the ground it and crases, it can form a _. 9. DOWN. 1 The size of a typical micrometeorite is 1 ____ or smaller in diameter. 2 The point in the sky where all the meteors in a shower appear to be coming from. 3 The type of meteor on display at the BCC Planetarium (a fragment of the Odessa meteorite). 4 When Earth passes through a concentrated region of space debris, we experience a meteor _. 5 Iron and nickel meteorites are attracted to these.
Meteors & Meteorites
When a large meteor strikes it can blast out a crater, like one did 25,000 years ago: the Barringer Crater near Winslow Arizona. About 1.2 km across and .2 km deep, the meteor that caused it is estimated at 50 meters diameter which would have weighed about 300,000 tons. ... Usually the object completely burns up before hitting the ground, but some are large enough to survive and impact the ground. These are called meteorites.
6 December
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6 February
Comets and Meteors
Comets and Meteors. The cycles of the Sun, Moon and Stars are very regular, and we know where they will be for hundreds of years. Not everything in space is like that, though. The bright tail of a comet and the streak of a meteor are two of the most beautiful surprises in nature. ... Sometimes meteors are large enough to survive the fiery trip through the atmosphere, and actually hit the ground. These are called meteorites.
A bike tour in Morasko Meteorite Nature Reserve
A bike tour in Morasko Meteorite Nature Reserve. Photo by M. Sikora. Photo album created with Web Album Generator.
10 November
Meteorites are valuable to scientists because they provide clues about our solar system. Many meteorites are from asteroids that formed when the solar system formed (Figure below). A few meteorites are made of rocky material that is thought to have come from Mars when an asteroid impact shot material off the Martian surface and into space.
Remnants of Rock and Ice
Stony primitive meteorite. Carbon-rich primitive meteorite. Differential iron meteorite.
8 April
Cochise College P
2 3 4 knife blades made from metal meteorites: 1 2 metal meteorites on display: 1 2 3 Goose Lake octahedrite: 1 misc. Fe-Ni meteorites: 1 2 3 4 aerodynamically streamlined: 1 Photos are copyright free for non-commercial educational uses. Just credit photos to R.Weller/Cochise College. copyright 2015-R.Weller.
1 March
Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Meteorites
Meteorites. Late in the evening of April 14, 2010, a meteorite streaked across the sky in western Michigan, northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and eastern Iowa. As the meteor plowed through the earth’s atmosphere, at speeds approaching 70,000 miles/hour, it created a fireball that briefly lit the night sky and caused a sonic boom that rattled windows.
26 August
Part 5 | The origin and evolution of stony meteorites
Part 5 METEORS, METEORITES. ... Meteorites are hand-samples of asteroids (and possibly comets) that have survived pas-sage through our atmosphere to reach the Earth’s surface. Properly analyzed, the bulk composition, mineralogy, and petrology of meteorites can be used to constrain planet formation processes as well as the evolution of the solar nebula.
Meteorites and Life on Mars
A meteorite found in Antarctica in 1984 clearly originated from the surface of Mars. The age of the meteorite, about 4 billion years, was less than the typical 4.55 billion years characteristic of typical meteorites. This younger age already suggest an origin on a planetary surface which was resurfaced after the Solar System formed.
7 May
Stony-iron meteorite. Most meteorites come from the Asteroid belt. • Most meteorites are ~4.58 billion years old. • Some meteorites are much younger ~1.34 billion years. • Antarctica is a great place to collect meteorites. Condensation of solids from.
Steve Smith's Meteorites
Dark view of Meteorites on Display 2001 12 4 11:15:42 AM. Are those meteorites? ... Canyon Diablo, Sikhote-Alin, and Gibeon Meteorites 2001 12 4 11:16:42 AM.
7 June
Rare meteorites rekindle controversy over birth of the solar...
A new meteorite study is rekindling a scientific debate over the creation of our solar system. The study, published in the March 2 issue of the journal Science, is based on the microscopic analysis of two rare meteorites recently discovered in Antarctica and Africa. Most meteorites found on Earth are believed to be fragments of asteroids --­ ancient rocks that formed during the creation of the solar system about 4.56 billion years ago.
19 October
Observatory Acquires Unique Lunar Meteorite
The meteorite collection at LAPO also includes a number found in Kansas, which has a unique distinction among collectors. Only Texas, Antarctica, India, Australia and the former Soviet Union -- all of which are much larger in size than Kansas -- have yielded more discoveries of meteorites, according to Alexander. The distinction doesn't mean Kansas has been pummeled more by meteorites -- it's because of its agricultural nature.
1 March
Chelyabinsk Fireball
Chelyabinsk & Chebarkul Meteor & Meteorite of 14 February 2013 Many thanks to the postings on The Meteorite List. All material is Copyright (C) by Nicholas Gessler and/or the original creators of the material. ... CBS News, February 17, 2013: Meteorites: Hunting missiles from outer space Sunday Morning, CBS News, February 17, 2013 (8min, 14sec) Extinction of the dinosaurs, Smithsonian Exhibit of Meteorites, Asteroid Belt, Antarctic finds. http...
19 February
Antarctic Bestiary - Terrestrial
Living on the ground of the Antarctic Peninsula presents some extreme challenges to organisms, including: Highly variable, extreme temperatures, from -30°F to 50°F air temperature, with summer surface temperatures of rocks and moss reaching 70°F. ... The focus of most of our research here, this wingless midge (a type of fly) is the only true insect found on Antarctica, and is considered the continent’s largest terrestrial animal (it’s only 2-6 mm long!).
19 April
METEORITES (and "meteor-wrongs"). compiled by. R. A. Davis College of Mount St. Joseph Cincinnati, Ohio, 45233-1670. Table of contents. Preface Glossary Bibliography Index to Ohio meteorites About this web-page -- Caveat lector ! ... Once a rock from outer space hits the Earth, it is called a meteorite. (compare: meteor, meteoroid, tektite).
11 April
Glaciology of Blue Ice-Antarctica
Our main objective for this project is to contribute to the glaciological understanding of blue ice areas in Antarctica. Most of the Antarctica Ice Sheet has a snow/firn cover of ~100m that overlies the ice. In blue ice areas, the ice is on the surface and there is no blanket of snow. ... Shallow Ice Cores: Outside of the blue ice area, shallow firn cores will be collected to determine accumulation rates. Meteorite Dating: The ice dynamics of blue ice areas make them the primary collection zones for meteorites. These meteorites help us date...
20 December
Interesting Astronomy Links Surf the net to see up to the minute information Planetarium Public Shows and School Trips Unfortunately, We are not giving any Public Presentations or any School Field Trips. View The Department of Physics and Astonomy's Metorite collection: Woolard Hinkle Williams Meteorite Collection.
9 February
Aurora Forecast | Geophysical Institute
Weather permitting, low-level displays will be visible overhead from Macquarie Island, Australia and the Japanese antarctic Syowa Station, and visible low on the southern horizon from Halley Bay, Antarctica.
4 December
About Antarctica: Seals
Although there are 35 species of seals, only six types live in Antarctica: Antarctic Fur Seals, Crabeater Seals, Leopard Seals, Ross Seals, and Weddell Seals. However, these six species make up the majority of the world's seal population. With no natural land predators, such as polar bears or man, Antarctic seals behave much differently than northern seals--showing little fear of man.
29 December
Science 219 | Freezing of Antarctica Replay
Freezing of Antarctica Replay.
5 May
"University Scholar Series: Monika Kress" by Monika Kress
Monika Kress is an Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy at SJSU and also a member of the NASA Astrobiology Institute's Virtual Planetary Laboratory. In this seminar, she presents the theory of solar system formation, focusing on meteorites. Dr. Kress also describes a first-hand account of how meteorites are recovered from the most fertile meteorite-hunting ground on Earth: Antarctica.
25 September
Volcanoes helped species survive Antarctica's extreme ice...
2 August
Also rare M-type => Metallic: like iron meteorites. More properly, Nickel-iron meteorites: composition of about 95-97% Fe and 3-5% Ni, a high-grade stainless steel used since prehistoric times. Vesta: a rarity, a volcanic asteroid ----- -. Among the largest and the most reflective: albedo ~ 30 % ... (Most often found in Antarctica: black rock on a white ice sheet, also concentrated by glaciers).
2 March
GemRocks: Meteorites
USES: Jewelry, paper weights, etc. -- e.g., a free-form made from a pallasite (stony iron meteorite) from in Esquel, Argentina (see Koivula, Kammerling and Fritsch, 1993). Buchner et al. (2012) note that "stony meteorites were used to carve birds and other works of art, jewelry [,] and knifes were produced of meteoritic iron[,] for instance[,] by the Inuit society."
1 December
Huckitta Meteorite
Huckitta Meteorite, Pallasite. Photomicrograph of a thin section (field of view ~4 mm). Dark regions are opaque Fe-Ni metal veinlets and stringers similar to that found in iron meteorites. Lighter regions are olivine, a dominant mantle mineral formed during planetary differentiation.
18 February
UTPB | Meteor Impact Structures
West Texas is home to the only two meteorite impact structures on the surface of Texas: Odessa Meteor Craters and the Sierra Madera Astrobleme. Both have been studied in detail by scientists. ... At least four small craters are associated with the main Odessa Crater. Indeed, it has been proposed that Meteor Crater, Arizona may have been part of the same fall as the Odessa meteorites 50,000 years ago.
9 September
Coesite, Stishovite, Diamonds, Tektites, Impact Metamophism...
Natural particles of solid matter that are too small to be regarded as planets are traversing our universe constantly. When these particles sometimes plunge into the earth's atmosphere while still large enough to retain their identity once they have landed they are called meteorites (Nininger, 1961). Literally millions of such impacts have bombarded the earth in it's 4.6Ga history.
17 July
Eric Hiatt / Antarctica Wildlife
Back to Antarctica Research Page.
11 December
Meteorites and Life on Mars
A meteorite found in Antarctica in 1984 clearly originated from the surface of Mars. The age of the meteorite, about 4 billion years, was less than the typical 4.55 billion years characteristic of typical meteorites. This younger age already suggest an origin on a planetary surface which was resurfaced after the Solar System formed.
26 August
The Solar System and Outer Space: Meteors›southernKings/Meteor.htm
If a meteor breaks through the Earth's atmosphere, does not burn up completely, and hits the Earth's surface, it is called a meteorite. Over 100 meteorites hit the Earth each year; fortunately, most are very small. The larger meteorites come from the asteroids in the Asteroid Belt. Some of the smaller meteorites are moon rocks, while others are pieces of Mars.
8 February
Untitled Document
The RV Gould docked at Palmer Station Antarctica.
25 September
Index << Prev Next >>.
11 January
GO340 Gemstones & Gemology :: Pallasites - Unique Space...
Stony-iron meteorites refers to the small group of meteorites that are composed of some metallic alloy, usually in the form of iron and/or nickel. The majority of meteorites - about 86% - are known as stony meteorites because they do not contain any metallic element in their material composition. So it comes to as no surprise that the rarity of pallasites results in their finds to be celebrated and much attention drawn to the total weight recovered.
16 February
Astronomy Review - Meteoroids
What is the difference between meteoroids and meteorites?
Why is Antarctica a good place to look for meteorites?
Why are some meteorites made of different material than others?
6 April
Exploratorium: Antarctica: People Photo Gallery
C-141 at Rest Heaters keep engines warm as re-fueling takes place.
31 December
AMSR-E August-September-October, 2007. AMSR-E September-October, 2007 (provided by the National Ice Center).
2 October
SETI [www]
The problem is that the Earth's early atmosphere probably wasn't like this SO.... get all 5 essential compounds of the human gene. These match up w/ the Murchison meteorite & meteorites found in Antarctica. "Primordial Soup" research continues.
5 December
Sorry, a Meteorite is not made up of dust and ice nor does it come from the Kuiper Belt and Oort Cloud! Try question again.
4 December
Meteorites and Impact Craters
Practice identifying meteorites vs. Earth rock specimens. Attempt crater counting and accurately age-date terrain on Mars using JMARS software. Context for Use. ... It is recommended that during the class meeting when you assign Homework 1 that you provide a quick tutorial of crater counting and how to use the tools in JMARS. For In-Class Activity 1 you may provide samples of the required rocks/meteorites or use the images provided in the Image File.
18 February
Magnetite biomineralization and ancient life on Mars
A 2 kg carbonaceous stony meteorite, designated ALH84001, was discovered in a glacial flow in the Allan Hills region of Antarctica in 1984 [1°]. It was identified as a Martian meteorite by oxygen isotopic analysis in 1994. ... 7. Bell JF: Evaluating the evidence for past life on Mars. Science 1996, 274:2121-2122. 8. Becker L, Glavin DP, Bada JL: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Antarctic Martian meteorites, carbonaceous chondrites, and polar ice.
Meteorite Statistics
Meteorite Statistics (Based on all known meteorites [N=4660, mass=494625 kg] from 1740 to 1990, excluding Antarctica finds). Type. Fall %. ... < 10. < 1. Meteors reach the upper atmosphere, but few reach the surface. 50-75. 101 - 102. 1000. Irons make craters like Barringer Meteor Crater; stones produce Tunguska-like airbursts; land impacts destroy an area the size of a city.
28 January
M0.0 meteor explosion - russia
Meteorites strike the earth about 5 to 10 times a year. Most fall over uninhabited areas. M0.0 meteor explosion - russia. ... Instead, the meteor was traveling faster than the speed of sound, burning up as it went. "That's how we distinguish it from mining blasts or volcanic eruptions," he said. Infrasound stations in the CTBTO’s network as far away as Antarctica tracked the blast’s low-frequency waves as they traveled through Earth’s atmosphere.
Remote sensing antarctica.
19 March
E. Land-Weber Exhibition: Abandoned Boat, Antarctica
Abandoned Boat, Antarctica. Return to Antartica.
22 February
Antarctica’s White Wilderness
Antarctica’s White Wilderness Feb. 6-21, 2015. Reading/Media List.
Meteorite: Nature and Culture, Golia
In Meteorite, Maria Golia tells the long history of our engagement with these sky-born space rocks. Arriving amid thunderous blasts and flame-streaked skies, meteorites were once thought to be messengers from the gods. Worshipped in the past, now scrutinized with equal zeal by scientists, meteorites helped sculpt Earth’s features and have shaped our understanding of the planet’s origins.
22 March
PH1311 - Chapter 4 Part 1 | Meteoroids/Meteors/Meteorites
Meteoroids/Meteors/Meteorites. Meteoroids are small versions of asteroids; they are small pieces of solid material orbiting the Sun. They are less than 100 meters across (anything larger is an asteroid). Meteoroids range from there down to dust particles. The "shooting star" you see in the night sky could be the size of a pea.
20 December
The Zarkah Stone
Meteorites are valuable to scientists and collectors, who might pay several dollars per gram. By noon, the Zarkah’s had lost track of how many people had called or stopped by to talk about meteorites. Among them were many neighbors, a few collectors and dealers, a museum scientist, and one professor of meteoritics who coincidentally lived in the neighborhood.
Meteorites | Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics
Where do meteorites come from and what are they? Dr Emma Kirby has the answers!
17 September
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11 December
Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy
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life in extreme condition
about life forms in lakes under ice sheet of Antarctica, see this EPOD page.
21 January
Asteroids. Meteoroids. Meteoroid, Meteor, Meteorite. Meteors. Meteorites. Kuiper Belt. Oort Cloud and Comets.
17 October
meteorites, meteors, meteroids. ... meteoroids, meteorites, meteors.
These are pictures of field work in West Antarctica, near Ice-stream B, around McMurdo, and on an icebreaker offshore Antarctica south of Chile. Click on the menu to the left for different pages of Photos. Up Bravo (Upstream B) was a remote camp on ice stream "B" that feeds the Ross Ice Shelf.
24 September
NC State Alumni Association - NC State University Alumni...
Read More. WolfTreks: Astounding Antarctica. WolfTreks: Astounding Antarctica. Join WolfTreks Travel for an expedition through dramatic ice landscapes, wildlife-rich channels and the dynamic ecosystem of the 7th continent in February 2018.
16 December
Antarctica | Academics | University of Colorado Denver
Antarctica, situated in the southern hemisphere and almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, is the fifth largest continent in area, with 98% of its land mass covered by ice. ... Antarctica Wind Farm - the world’s southern-most wind-farm is being built by New Zealand-based Meridian Energy at Crater Hill, Ross Island, Antarctica to power the needs of New Zealand’s Scott Base as well as the American McMurdo Station.
19 January
The Origin of Meteorites: Space Erosion and
Then if one postulates continuous creation of meteorites by asteroidal collisions, the effect of space erosion is to shift the measured ages toward lower values and to destroy a certain portion of meteorites as a function of their time in space. ... There may be a fine structure in the age spectrum, with irons clustered at 6 x 10° years and stones at 5 x 10 6 years, but this paper will be concerned primarily with the overall character of the meteoritic age diagram, as shown in Figure 1. The interpretation of t age clusters will be discussed as a...
Geology of Antarctica
The kids get to inspect rock and fossil specimens from the Antarctic.
9 June
• Isotopic anomalies in carbonaceous chondrites: 16,17,18O, 26Mg (from 26Al, halife 720,000 yrs). • SNC meteorites traced to Mars. • Possible microfossils, complex hydrocabons, biominerals in SNC meteorite ALH. 84001. ... • The meteorite Kaiduri is possibly from Mars’ moon Phobos. • On September 15 2007 a chondritic. meteorite hit near Carancas, Peru and poisioned about 30 villagers that approached the impact site (600 more had provoked psychosomatic ailments).
Indiana Geological Survey - Meteorites in Indiana
Among characteristics that identify meteorites are a high specific gravity (especially true for irons); a dark color; and a dark glassy or dull crust if fresh or a rind of iron oxide (rust) if weathered. Most meteorites attract a magnet, although some only slightly. Many show aerodynamic shape, and their crusts may be marked with flow structures or shallow depressions called "thumbprints".
20 December
How did we find out about Antarctica? / Isaac Asimov ; illustrated by David Wool. Call Number: 998 As42h. Series: Asimov, Isaac, 1920- How did we find out--series. Summary: Describes the geography of the Antarctic regions and the history of their discovery and exploration.
15 July
Ages and geologic histories of martian meteorites
Jull, A.J.T., Cielaszyk, E., Brown, S.T., and Donahue, D.J.: 1994, ‘14C Terrestrial Ages of Achondrites from Victoria Land Antarctica’, Proc. 25th Lun. Planet. ... Sci. 35, 545–560. Schultz, L., and Freundel, M.: 1984, ‘Terrestrial Ages of Antarctic Meteorites’, Meteoritics 19, 310 (abstract). Schultz, P.H., and DSHondt, S.: 1996, ‘Cretaceous-Tertiary (Chicxulub) Impact Angle and its Consequences’, Geology 24, 963–967.
London Dominguez. Glaciation of Antarctica.
eCite - A 700-year record of atmospheric circulation developed...
A 700-year record of atmospheric circulation developed from the Law Dome ice core, East Antarctica...
30 August
In situ biological resources: Soluble nutrients and
These soluble contents in Antarctic meteorites show that leaching and weathering loss of soluble C, if it occurs, is not universal in Antarctic meteorites. The other Antarctic meteorites in this study have too little soluble elements for weathering information. In any case, terrestrial weathering does not apply to in situ resource utilization, but it is pertinent to using meteorite models.
Collections | Meteorites | Amherst College
The Shepard Collection from the late 19th century was one of the best in the country at the time. It was deaccessioned to the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University in 1978. Today, a representative sample of eighteen of the original several hundred meteorites can be found on display in the hallway outside the museum's main floor.
8 February
Montana Manufacturers Information System
Producers of Meteorites, tektites. Name Primary Industry. City.
28 December
Antarctica Region
Images of Volcanoes in Antarctica. Antarctica.
12 May
Charles A. Hibbitts, and Jeffrey B. Plescia | METEORITES
Meteorites are found worldwide and are named for the location where they fall or are found. Currently, the most productive locations for finding meteorites are the world’s deserts, namely, Antarctica and the Sahara, as they provide arid environments that promote the pres-ervation of meteoritic materials by limiting their expo-sure to liquid water.
Daily Ozone Concentration at Halley, Antarctica
British Antarctic Survey.
12 April
imageREAL Capture
Links to the page contain: ...International Law and Australian Sovereignty in Antarctica......
Phosphate (U-Th)/He Thermochronology of Zagami and...
Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. McSween H.Y., Taylor L.A., and Stolper E.M. 1979a Allan Hills 77005: A new meteorite type found in Antarctica. Science 204, 1201 1203. ... Meteoritics and Planetary Science 43, 1841 1859. Score R., Schwarz C.M., King T.V.V., Mason B., Bogard D.D., and Gabel E.M., eds. 1981 Antarctic Meteorite Newsletter 4 (1) Curation Ast romaterials Acquisition and Curation Office, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, USA.
5 February
Balloon 1220 km Ozone
Column Ozone (DU). McMurdo, Antarctica Balloon 1220 km Ozone 200. ... Sep. Oct. Ozone values rapidly decline in late August and September each year over Antarctica. Courtesy of D. Hofmann (NOAA CMDL).
Request Private Map | Polar Geospatial Center
Can be found in our online map browser (Arctic, Antarctica).
20 July
Laboratory 15: Meteor Impact
Meteor Crater was formed about 50,000 years ago by a massive meteorite striking the Earth. There were no humans living in North America at that time: no one was around to observe it. ... However, through experimentation we can make a reasonable estimate of the meteorite's diameter. First, from the picture above, estimate the diameter (in meters) of Meteor Crater. Enter this on the Data Sheet.
Schultz is also science coordinator for the NASA-Ames Vertical Gun Range, where impacts of different projectiles on certain materials at high rates of speed are studied. He uses these tests extensively in his research of meteorite impacts, Hames said. # # # feb99:AU-meteorites. CONTACT: Bill Hames, 334-844-4881. (MEDIA NOTE: Schultz will be available for interviews on Friday on a time-available basis.
24 August
Antarctica. Like the first men, fear plunges its axis through. Our scientists made a mistake.
15 April
Astro 201: Meteor near-misses and strikes
Meteor near-misses and strikes. On September 27, 2003, a bright meteor fragmented into several pieces, which injured at least three people in the Orissa region of eastern India. This fall was extremely unusual in that the pieces set some huts on fire; meteorites are not usually so hot. [Sicoli & Cunningham, Mercury, Nov-Dec 2003, and an article by Melanie Melton Knocke for the Planetary Society.] Peekskill Meteor: October 9, 1992. This famous fireball was seen and filmed across several eastern states.
3 December
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20 August
Search Results
Wilford Kale Papers, 1966-2008. 1 Hit! Click the links to show each category's results.
7 October
Durden v | B. Antarctica is a designated public forum.
Opposing counsel may try to argue that Antarctica is like the moon, which the Supreme Court ruled was not a traditional public forum in Svensen v. United States (1978), given that the moon cannot sustain life. That case does not apply here, however, given that the case here is easily distinguishable from Svensen because …
31 December
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14 April
Antarctica. "Ice"sential Facts. Holds 85% of world's fresh water.
16 November
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12 December
Antartica images 2005 | Virtual Field Trip - Antarctica
22 September
Leaverites: Meteo-wrongs | It's Not a Meteorite If...
Artificial Materials. Slag and waste metal are especially often mistaken for meteorites. Meteorites do not melt except for a thin surface layer. They do not flatten against the surface they hit, or enclose objects they hit. If it's obviously flattened against a surface or encloses terrestrial objects, it is not a meteorite.
12 May
Meteors, Meteorites and Tektites
Meteors, Meteorites and Tektites. A meteor is produced when a bit of rock or dust from outer space enters the earth's atmosphere at a high speed. The friction between this material and the molecules in the atmosphere causes intense heat to build up and makes the material glow -- producing the streak of light people call a "shooting star." A meteor shower is a period when we see an unusually large number of meteors.
21 February
Vinson Massif, Antarctica: I Chose to Climb
Enjoy these Antarctic photos taken from a boat by Peter Westphal.
28 June
Click here to find out more!
25 January
An introduction to meteorites
All primitive meteorites are stony, although not all stony meteorites are primitive. Primitive meteoritic material remains largely unaltered by its violent arrival at the Earth's surface. Those meteorites that have experienced major chemical or physical changes since their formation are known as differentiated meteorites.
14 October
Comets, Asteroids, Meteorites and Impacts
This is really just all of the little bits that can't be put into the categories of planet or satellite. We'll start off with the very spectacular comets, then the elusive asteroids, followed by the meteoroids-meteors-meteorites and end up with the problems that occur when worlds collide. ... There is even a group of meteorites discovered in Antarctica that are thought to be from Mars.
26 February
Microsoft PowerPoint - 03A - Map Skills Lec
*Russia vs. India. 1B-5. *Australia vs. Antarctica.
UAB - CAS - Antarctica - Home
Antarctic Sun article about 2010 expedition. Lost Antarctica Book Site. National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs: James McClintock Wikipedia. ... As such now short two team members to do the lab work and the field work it was long ago decided that we would wrap up the virtual UAB in Antarctica on or about the day Chuck sails. His companion piece will be posted in a few days.
25 February
COMU, Fizik Bolumu
Key words: meteorite, impact crater, Turkey, remote sensing, data bese. Chemical analysis of some meteorites in turkey. Ebru SENGUL, Ozlem KOCAHAN, Sibel OZMAYA, Mehmet Emin OZEL, Osman DEMIRCAN. ABSTRACT. Meteorites which are countered as the primitive samples of matter that constitute the solar system have important knowledge about their parent bodies and the interplanetary space.
17 June
Studying Meteorites at the University of Central Florida
The current collection of 15 meteorites, which all date from the formation of the solar system 4.6 billion years ago, come primarily from northern Africa and China, and represent a diversity of ancient cosmic materials that are valuable for study. “When you ‘see’ the oldest thing in the solar system, it’s more concrete, more tactile,” Britt says. “There are lots of things we don’t understand yet, but that’s what science is about.”
4 July
IAED 311
Fall 2004- 2005. Theme: A Shelter in the Antarctica. Project "STATION". Design: Selcuk Findik.
15 March
Night with meteorite in last frame.
5 April
Bookmarks. Winter Holiday. Holiday Shapes. United States. Continents. Plants & Animals.
29 August
CMGI Did X-Ray CT Scanning for First Study of Chelyabinsk...
The meteor’s brightness peaked at an altitude of 29.7 km (18.5 miles) as the object exploded. For nearby observers it briefly appeared brighter than the sun and caused some severe sunburns. The team estimated that about three-quarters of the meteoroid evaporated at that point. Most of the rest converted to dust and only a small fraction (4,000 to 6,000 kilograms, or less than 0.05 percent) fell to the ground as meteorites.
7 June
VPL in the Classroom | Antarctica Expedition
Antarctica Expedition. Dr. Monika Kress, VPL Team member since 2003, will be sharing her experiences on this year's Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET) trip with Ms. Melissa Moser's third grade class at Bernice Curren Elementary School in Oxnard, California. ... On November 28th, the team will fly from LAX to Christchurch, New Zealand, to collect their gear, and then travel to McMurdo Station, on the Antarctic continent.
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For children entering grades 3-7! Dinosaurs, Meteorites, Treasures and More Discover details about dinosaurs. Identify meteorites and their impact. Explore the rocks and minerals we eat and use. Invent your own toothpaste.
23 February
Index of /~cfurse/Publications/Antarctica pubs
Index of /~cfurse/Publications/Antarctica pubs. Name. Last modified.
15 July
Internet Storm Center - SANS Internet Storm Center
SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with summarizing and analyzing new threats to networks and internet security events.
8 August
Atmospheric composition 1 million years ago from blue
In the Allan Hills, Antarctica, the antiquity of shallow ice is documented by ter-restrial ages of englacial meteorites exposed on the surface by ablation (6). These ages cluster between 100 and 400 ky, with a small number that extend to 1 Ma and a single meteorite yielding an age of 2.2 Ma (7). Here, we present the first, to our knowledge, direct snapshots of atmospheric composition during the MPT from an ice core.
Videos of antarctica
Videos of antarctica. Click on the highlighted titles below Then click on the arrow to start the video. Cruising Antarctica – on board the MS Fram. Get Ready to Explore – hurtigruten comes to Antarctica. Destination Antarctica – photo opportunities Destination Antarctica – what to pack.
Antarctica, Emperor penguins on ice
Paul Souders/Getty Images.
24 December
on a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. · 2 nights in Buneos Aires, Argentina · 1 night in Ushuaia, Argentina · 10 nights on the MV Ushuaia, a former. NOAA research vessel, exploring Antarctica; return U.S. January 9 2016. $11,481 or $750/month if you sign up in August 2014. (monthly prices increases each month).
Definitions for Antarctica
Definitions for Antarctica. Print out Definitions. 1. Iceberg- a mass of floating ice which has broken off a glacier. 2. Penguin- flightless birds found in Antarctica and near by areas. 3. Snow- flakes of frozen water. 4. Antarctica- fifth largest continent in the world. 5. Desert- a dry region that receives little to no rainfall per year. 6. Krill- a popular food source for animals that surround Antarctica. 7. Parka- heavy winter jacket. 8. Climate- the usual weather a place has all year.
8 December
A Positive Test of East AntarcticaLaurentia
New geologic, age, and isotopic data provide a positive test of the juxtaposition with East Antarctica: Neodymium isotopes of Neoproterozoic rift-margin strata are similar; hafnium isotopes of ~1.4-billion-year-old Antarctic-margin detrital zircons match those in Laurentian granites of similar age; and a glacial clast of A-type granite has a uraniun-lead zircon age of ~1440 million years
search for oxygen, CO2 -- the byproduct of life. Before launch, Viking experiments were tested in Antarctica, and verified that the Antarctic soil was lifeless. The package shouldn't give a false positive. First results: oxygen!
18 May
Antarctica is no place for politicking, News, La Trobe University
Mawson's expedition in Antarctica was about territorial gain.
12 October
Earth | People Hit by Meteorites
2003 at ~4:00 pm, a large meteorite hit a house in downtown New Orleans. It entered through the roof and shattered into pieces after hitting the ground. The mass of the fragments recovered was about 20 kg. This 14-year old girl was hit in the foot by a meteorite in August, 2002. ... 75 10 - 100. irons make craters like Meteor Crater; 1000 stones produce airbursts like Tunguska; land impacts destroy area the size of a city. 160 100 - 1000.
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"Can an ocean of liquid water persist for 4.5 billion years and not have life in it?" - Chris Chyba, SETI Institute. Life in one of Antarctica's underground lakes.
11 March
South America & Antarctica, 2008-09
View Slideshows from Dr. Barton's Visit to South America, Antarctica and the South Atlantic in December 2008 and January 2009. ... See the Slides from Antarctica.
22 April
Activity # 1
30 April
Earth Science Today
Earth Science Today Russ Colson Minnesota State University Moorhead. How is cratering-rate changing through time puzzle Answers: The rate at which craters form has changed through time because no new asteroids or meteorites are being made (radioactive dating reveals that the vast majority of them are the same age). Which of the 4 lines (A, B, C, or D) gives the qualitative way in which you expect cratering rates to have changed through geological time?
29 September
Untitled Document
Links to the page contain: Antarctica....
2 December
Penguins | Antarctica
You are going to make a very important decision on this page. You will have to choose between the two places you would like to live in the Southern Hemisphere. You have a choice of Tierra del Fuego or Antarctica. It is okay if you do not know those big words. You are going to read about them below and decide which one is the best for you.
4 September
CIA - The World Factbook -- Antarctica
Antarctica :: Antarctica.
14 October
Fairmont State /All Locations
CORPORATE AUTHOR: National Research Council (U.S.) Title: Future science opportunities in Antarctica and the southern ocean [electronic resource] / National Re.
11 January
Uni In The Brewery - Research & Innovation @ UOW
Hear prominent UOW researchers explain their ideas and research in a relaxed and participatory environment over a few foaming ales...
14 September
New Mexico Geological Society
DAVID E. LANGE and KLAUS KEIL Department of Geology and Institute of Meteoritics University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131. INTRODUCTION. Meteorites are naturally occurring, solid objects which reach the earth from space. Man has known about meteorites for millennia, and classical Chinese and ancient Greek and Latin literature have recorded the fall of stones from the sky.
Study Abroad Antarctica
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13 August
Paleobotany in Antarctica
Paleobotany in Antarctica. Collecting Permineralized Fossil Plants from Jurassic Sediments of the Transantarctic Mountains, Southern Victoria Land. Travel to Antarctica (A Quick Flick). Participants. Geography and Stratigraphy of Fossils.
10 October
At the Cafe Antarctica
I have fluffy matching underwear. Minderweitigkeitskomplex: I don’t care. The Cafe Antarctica is not a house or prostitution or a strip joint! It is a four star restaurant! Schmitterling: Yes, I know.
30 April
Planning Your Trip
Summertime in Antarctica is November, December, and January. Wintertime is June, July, and August. In an Antarctic summer, the sun never sets. ... These ships usually go to the Antarctic Peninsula, a long arm that reaches out from the continent. To get from the tip of South America to the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, a ship must cross the Drake Passage— legendary for its stormy weather and giant waves.
More Porphyritic Particles
21 February
The antarctic treaty
Activities in the Antarctic had generally been conducted peacefully and cooperatively. Yet the possibility that exploitable economic resources might be found meant the possibility of future rivalry for their control. Moreover, isolated and uninhabited, the continent might at some time become a potential site for emplacing nuclear weapons. Fortunately, scientific interests rather than political, economic, or military concerns dominated the expeditions sent to Antarctica after World War II.
23 December
Northern Illinois University Press
Meteorites and Tektites: George W. Reed Jr., Chairman Composition of Stony Meteorites: Brian Mason Origin of Organic Matter in Meteorites: Martin Studier Origin of Tektites: John A. O'Keefe Lunar Science: Milford S. Lougheed, Chairman The Lunar Regolith: Eugene Shoemaker Chemical Analysis of the Lunar Surface: James H. Patterson Luminescence and Chemical Effects of Solar Protons Incident Upon the Lunar Surface: Edward Zeller.
21 November
Home of the Hubble and James Webb Space Science Missions.
15 December
16 April
[meteorite-list] Heirloom Dropped From Sky (Palmersville...)
Worldwide, about 2,000 new meteorites are found each year and are often utilized the way the Fagans used the Palmersville meteorite, said Christopher Goodmaster, a student at Middle Tennessee State University who collects meteorites and who helped Berryman through the process of certification. ... Rubin said he analyzes about 30 meteorites each month and about as many of what he referred to as ''meteor-wrongs.''
18 September
However, Isotope concentrations are significantly different in meteors than that of the Earth’s crust as seen in the K-T boundary layer (Glikson, 2005). ... Iridium-bearing clay is characteristic of the K-T boundary (only boundary rocks) regardless of location. Because meteorites have a much higher concentration of Iridium than that of Earth, we believe that the mass extinction event is largely due to an asteroid approximately 10 km in diameter (Cowen, 1994).
Aqueous Alteration in Primitive Meteorites: Evidence for...
Aqueous Alteration in Primitive Meteorites: Evidence for Hydrothermal Activity on Asteroids. Lysa Chizmadia UPRM Geology Primitive meteorites, such as the carbonaceous chondrites, are thought to be the building blocks of the rocky planets, such as Earth, and carry all of the amino acids necessary for terrestrial life.
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25 June
Wilderness and Aesthetic Values of Antarctica
Wilderness and Aesthetic Values of Antarctica. Please type in the characters you see above. Please press here to read about the ethics approval.
14 December
Warming in Antarctica Tied to Changes in the Atlantic - NYU...
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18 May
ANTARCTICA. Home Image Map Search References Links.
19 July
28 August
Variants: slightly. Source: Princeton Wordnet 3.0 (3.0) with confidence 1...
13 January
UNC Global
Global Heel Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH Reduces Health Disparities through Nutrition. During his first two years as an undergraduate at Utah State University, Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH planned to major in exercise and sports science. After his sophomore year, he t...
30 September
"Antarctica: Valley of the Dead?" featured research and organisms from Antarctica. Visitors to the museum were able to try on the gear scientists wear while in the field in Antarctica. (Pictured: Andy Parsons, "Johnny," Steve Blecker). 10 of 25 24,086 Kb.
8 March
Transcriptomics of iron limitation in Phaeocystis antarctica
P. antarctica is ecologically important due to its contribution in global sulfur gases emissions. Thus, P. antarctica fits as an ideal model organism in understanding phytoplankton adaptation to iron limitation and functional changes following iron addition. Here the results of a transcriptomic study assessing the effect of iron repletion on P. antarctica in a time-series manner are firstly reported. A Ross Sea-endemic P. antarctica clone was acclimated under iron limitation and iron was supplemented to the cultures.
21 November
Secondary Page
Penguins live in Antarctica. It is very cold there all year round. Here is a map!
3 December
Faculty Mentor: Professor Joseph I. Goldstein, Mechanical...
Iron meteorites are a class of meteorites that contain large amounts of iron and nickel along with cobalt and nonmetals such as phosphorous, sulfur, and carbon. There are several iron meteorite groups within the iron meteorites and these groups are determined on the distribution of various trace element compositions. My research will focus on the IAB/IIICD group of irons.
Antarctica - Mobile McDermott - McDermott Library, UT Dallas
Antarctica Artist: Nancy Graves Location: Third Floor. It is appropriate that McDermott Library owns a painting by Nancy Graves. Many of her works combine nature, science, and art to form a cartographic representation of part of the Earth. ... In 1975, she created a series of paintings from orbital photos of Antarctica. An exhibit at the Janie C. Lee Gallery in Houston displayed 4 square paintings (2 were 60 inches by 60 inches and 2 were 48 inches by 48 inches). McDermott Library owns one of the larger paintings which hangs in...
28 December
FMU Observatory | Dooley Planetarium and Observatory
Meteors, Meteoroids, and Meteorites.
1 January
PowerPoint Presentation - Earth
One line of evidence for the overall composition of Earth is found in the composition of meteorites. Many of these are pieces left over from the early solar system, so they are snapshots of the early mix of ingredients that make up our planet. Producing a planet from an accumulation of such fragments will give the correct overall bulk chemistry, but not the proper structure.
11 April
Wang Center for Global Education, Programs
Request a Study Away Advising Appointment. Wang Center for Global Education Homepage. PLU Global Scholar Award. System > Message. Our records indicate that privileges to the area you are attempting to access have not been granted to you.
2 October
Fitzgerald Work
Access (withJohn Sanborn) (1979) 2:05 min (included in Interpolation). (#) Adelic Penguins (With Paul Garrin) (1985) 32:40 min. And Now This . . . (with John Sanborn) 5:17 min (included in Antarctica). (#) Antarctica (1982) (with John Sanborn) 19:02 min [includes Ear to the Ground, Wayne Hays Blues (Secretary), Siberia, The Long Island, and And Now This . . .]
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