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Wednesday, 26 January 2005

Using Triangulation to Locate Meteorites

Using Triangulation to Locate Meteorites

Paul H bristolia at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 26 09:46:15 EST 2005

Dear Fellow Meteorite Fans,

The people on this list might be interested in a class
exercise
on using eyewitnesses to falls to locate meteorites on
the
"T.E.A. Classroom Activities" web page at:

http://tea.rice.edu/tea_classroommaterials.html

The exercise is "Using Triangulation to Locate
Meteorites
from Witnessed Falls" at:

http://tea.rice.edu/activity/caldwell/usingtriangulationtolocatemeteoritesfromwitnessedfalls_main.html

Best Regards,

PAul
Baton Rouge, LA

Thursday, 6 January 2005

Correction To "Question about "Uranolithe fosslie"(Meteorite) Article"

Correction To "Question about "Uranolithe fosslie"(Meteorite) Article"

Paul H bristolia at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 6 16:19:37 EST 2005

In my previous post, I stated that I was looking for:

""Uranolithe fosslie" Astronomie. vol. 7, p. 58"
(1887)."

The correct year is 1888 and page should be 114. the
correct citation is;

"Uranolithe fosslie" Astronomie. vol. 7, p. 114
(1888).

the article gives L'Astronomie as an alternative
spelling.

Sorry About That

Paul
Baton Rouge, LA

Question about "Uranolithe fosslie" (Meteorite) Article

Question about "Uranolithe fosslie" (Meteorite) Article

Paul H bristolia at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 6 16:05:08 EST 2005

I am trying to locate a one-page article. All of the
information, which I have is"

"Uranolithe fosslie" Astronomie. vol. 7, p. 58 (1887).

Can anyone identify the publisher and location of
this journal?

If someone happens to have access to this journal,
I will be more than glad to reimburse you for the
cost of a copy of it.

Yours,

Paul
Baton Rouge, LA