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Old March 2nd 13, 08:56 AM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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[email protected] and ch4 20:00 the recent meteor/ite wanna-be Tunguska event,
seemingly wanting to outdo BBC-Horizon on such stuff


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Old March 3rd 13, 09:11 AM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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[email protected] and ch4 20:00 the recent meteor/ite wanna-be Tunguska event,
seemingly wanting to outdo BBC-Horizon, BBC2 at 21:00, on such stuff


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Old March 4th 13, 02:38 PM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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ch4 had more science
The vortexing / scouring
the seismometer traces
the apparently pre-existing cracks in the meteoritic material
the radient heat ,reported by observers , leading to zeroing-in on
ground-fall material

half of the BBC effort was repeat and then all that extraneous musak as well
to make up for it, [email protected] seems to have adopted my choice of lead presenter ,
from the thread here , april last year


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