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Press Release 04-094

New Martian Meteorite Found in Antarctica

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Photo of meteorite.

The meteorite as it was collected in Antarctica.

Credit: ANSMET, Case Western University

 

Photo of person processing meteorite.

Meteorite MIL 03346 in the meteorite processing laboratory at the Johnson Space Center.

Credit: ANSMET, Case Western University


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Photo of a person on the icefield.

A member of the 2003-2004 ANSMET team searches the Miller Range icefield in the Transantarctic mountains.

Credit: ANSMET, Case Western University


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Illustration of impact after large piece of debris strikes planet

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This NSF animation shows how material from the surface of Mars can travel to Earth and become a meteorite.

Credit: Trent L. Schindler, National Science Foundation

 

Illustration of impact after large piece of debris strikes planet

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Download broadcast quality version of the NSF animation. It shows how material from the surface of Mars can travel to Earth and become a meteorite.

Credit: Trent L. Schindler, National Science Foundation