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Meteorite That Crashed Into Michigan Contains ‘Pristine’ Organic Compounds – Gizmodo Australia

The rapid recovery and analysis of a meteorite that fell onto a frozen lake in Michigan two years ago is illuminating the pivotal role these rocks played in delivering the basic building blocks for life to Earth.
As the meteorite was falling toward our planet on January 16, 2018, at speeds reaching 57,936 km per hour, its bright fireball could be seen in parts of the U.S. midwest and portions of Ontario. Hundreds of witnesses were privy to the lightshow, in an event that was captured by multiple…

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