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10 February 2007

The Hindu : National : `Meteorite' claims 3 lives

Meteorite' claims 3 lives Jaipur: A suspected meteorite today Thursday claimed the lives of three nomads and injured four others at Banchola village in Rajasthan's Bundi district.

28 January 2007

Comet Encke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As its official designation implies, Encke's Comet was the second periodic comet discovered after Halley's Comet (aka 1P/Halley). It is unusual in that it was named after the person who calculated its orbit rather than the person who discovered it (Pierre

Impact Crater in Mesopotamia

"Perusal of an article about Saddam Hussein's canal-building projects has led a scientist to a startling discovery about the mysterious collapse of Middle East civilisations more than 4,000 years ago. Sharad Master, a geologist at the University of Witwa

Jarmo Moilanen´s WWW-site - List of probable Impact craters

* PROVEN (!?) impact structures * Impact related geological layers * PROBABLE impact structures * SUGGESTED and POSSIBLE impact structures * POSSIBLE impact structures from X-SAR images * DISCREDITED structures

Atlas: Umm al Binni lake, a possible Holocene impact structure in the marshes of southern Iraq: Geological evidence for its age, and implications for Bronze-age Mesopotamia. by Sharad Master

A near circular, vaguely polygonal, ~3.4 km-diameter postulated impact structure [1] in the Al ‘Amarah marshes (at 47°4’44.4” E, 31°8’58.2” N), in southern Iraq, has now been identified on a map [2] as the Umm al Binni lake. After the partial

Did a Meteor End the Bronze Age?

The crater's faint outline was found by Dr Sharad Master, a geologist at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, on satellite images of the Al 'Amarah region, about 10 miles north-west of the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates and home of the M

SCIENTISTS have found the first evidence that a devastating meteor impact in the Middle East might have triggered the mysterious collapse of civilisations more than 4,000 years ago. satellite images of southern Iraq have revealed a two-mile-wide impact c