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What's Hitting Earth? NASA Expands All Sky Camera Network 03MAR2011

From NASA MEO Huntsville, March 1, 2011: Every day about 100 tons of meteoroids -- fragments of dust and gravel and sometimes even big rocks – enter the Earth's atmosphere. Stand out under the stars for more than a half an hour on a clear night and you'll likely see a few of the meteors produced by the onslaught. But where does all this stuff come from? Surprisingly, the answer is not well known.
Now NASA is deploying a network of smart cameras...MORE
(c) 2011 NASA MEO EV44

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