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1By Jessica in Partnership with Ms. Robbie Score MeteoriticsBy Jessica in Partnership withMs. Robbie Score
2What is this PowerPoint about? This PowerPoint will be explaining about meteorites and meteoritics and the importance of the science.https://www.gl.ciw.edu/sites/www.gl.ciw.edu/files/users/pwoodard/meteoritics.jpgRead more to find out...
3What is a Meteor?(video)Meteoritics is the science and study of meteorites and the extraterrestrial objects in space. Watch this video to find out what a meteor is.
4Basic Facts about Meteorites Click here to read all about meteorites!If you want to identify a meteorite, you should know these basic facts:1. Meteorites are attracted to magnets.2. Meteorites are very heavy.3. Meteorites are not radioactive.
5Why is Meteoritics Important? Scientists study meteoritics because meteorites tell people about...1. the evolution of the Solar System.2. the evolution of stars.3. the geologic history of Earth and the Moon.4. the history of life on Earth.(voice recording)Click here to listen to Dr. Richard Court talk about meteorites.
6Classification of Meteorites There are 3 basic ways to classifymeteorites: stony, stony-iron, and iron.Stony meteorites can also be classified tochondrites and achondrites.
7Meteor Impact CratersMeteor Impact Craters are made by meteorites when the object collides with a planet or a moon.This is the famous Meteor Crater in Northern Arizona!
8Fun FactsVery few meteoroids fly into the Earth's atmosphere and back again, which are called Earth grazing fireballs.Meteorites are mostly found in Antarctica, Oman, Africa, and Australia.(graph)
9Creditshttps://www.gl.ciw.edu/sites/www.gl.ciw.edu/files/users/pwoodard/meteoritics.jpgThis PowerPoint couldn't have been done without the help from Ms. Robbie Score!Thank you!