Solar System/Meteorites

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Physical characteristics[edit | edit source]

A Meteorite, long after making contact with earth.

Most meteorites are very small in relative size to Earth, most of them are about the size of a giant rock or on other words: far too small to be planets, just like comets and asteroids, this bodies due to self gravitation are not round so most of them look like a potato with many holes on its surface.

Classification[edit | edit source]

Analysis of isotopic composition[edit | edit source]

Chronology of the Solar System[edit | edit source]

Organic Substances[edit | edit source]

Meteors and meteor showers[edit | edit source]

Meteor showers[edit | edit source]

Sporadic Meteorites[edit | edit source]

The Tears Of San Lorenzo[edit | edit source]