Center for Meteorite Studies
Congratulations to Center Ph.D. Candidate Daniel Dunlap for receiving the 2017 Wiley Award, given each year for outstanding oral presentations by students at the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society! …
While we know that the majority of meteorites recovered on Earth originate in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, determining exactly which asteroids specific meteorites come from is a …
Ask a Curator Day 2017 is is almost here! For one day only, September 13, curators around the world are standing by to answer your questions! Use the hashtag #AskaCurator …
Please join us for the first Earth & Space Open House of the Fall semester! This month, we explore the diversity of planets outside our solar system with a keynote …
The Perseid meteor shower is at its peak August 11 to 13, so make sure to take in the show! The yearly Perseid meteor shower is the result of Earth's …
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September's Meteorite of the Month is Sericho, a pallasite found in Kenya in 2016. According to the Meteoritical Bulletin (MB 106, in prep): In 2016, two brothers were searching for …
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