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A great resource from the Natural History Museum covering how people find meteorites, how they study them and why meteorites are important for telling us where we came from.
How and why scientists hunt for meteorites in the Antarctic, and what these space rocks can tell us about the solar system's past and even life on Mars.
A great visualisation about all the meteorite impacts over time.
An experiment investigating craters caused by meteorites using a cardboard box, flour, a ruler and 3 nearly spherical differently-sized objects.
This site describes the work of ANSMET in searching and collecting meteorites in the Antarctic. The design is a bit outdated but the content is great, particularly the FAQs.
Design your own meteorite, fire it at the Earth and see the impact it has. Lots of fun!
Just how much danger are we in from meteorites?
The Torino impact scale gauges how much possible damage a meteorite or comet could do if it struck the Earth.
Site giving information about the solar system, including individual planets, comets, asteroids and meteorites.
The difference between a comet, asteroid and meteorite neatly explained in this infographic.
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