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distribution of aerolites in space.

Harvey, Arthur

distribution of aerolites in space.

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Published by For sale by J. Durie [etc.] in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meteorites

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHarvey, Arthur, 1834-1905 (autograph)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 91-108.
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19027336M

    Aluminum oxide particles from solid rocket motor exhaust are generally believed to be approximately spherical in shape with a maximum diameter of about 10 microns. It has been theorized that rare carbon-bearing meteorites known as a carbonaceous chondrites—such as Murchison which fell in Distribution of aerolites in space. book, Australia in —may be the remnants of a comet nucleus, but that remains conjecture. Kessler, and M. The side which faces the sun must be heated to a pitch inconceivable to us during the nearer half of the orbit—a pitch at which every substance must be at boiling-point, and which no life as we know it could possibly endure. Now, after the original nebula had parted with the mighty mass of Jupiter, it never again made an [Pg 46] effort so great, and for a long time the fragments that were detached were so small as hardly to be worth calling planets; they were the asteroids, little lumps and fragments that the nebula left behind. T minus 9 minutes.

    And here, if anywhere, might we expect to find traces of other living beings like ourselves; for, after all the earth is but a planet, not a very large nor a very small one, and in no very striking position compared with the other planets; and thus, arguing by what seems common-sense, we say, If this one planet has living beings on its surface, may not the other planets prove to be homes for living beings also? Weinberg, W. Chondrites take their name from the chondrules they contain - small grain-like spheres of varying sizes and colors. T minus 24 hours.

    This small, complete individual is only 7. Even with a large opera-glass those markings which, to the naked eye, seem to be like a queer distorted face are changed, and show up as the shadows of great mountains. Chondrules—small, colorful, grain-like spheres about the size of a pin head—are found in the most common type of stone meteorite, and give that class its name: the chondrites. You'll have to take a journey to the stars to find out.


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