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200 grams from the dawn of the Solar System

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Old October 25th, 2009, 12:43 AM posted to rec.travel.budget.backpack
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Default 200 grams from the dawn of the Solar System

One of my favourite camping spots is Australia's Nullarbor Plain.
Tourists stick to the highway, the rest flat, sparse, deserted - like
being on a different planet. A ‘Fireball Observatory’ was set up on
the Nullarbor to track and retrieve meteorites. Now the first one was
caught, a witness from the beginning of the solar system.
(scroll down to ‘Lost & Found’).
Greetings - Klaus

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