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Little chunks of rock and debris in space are called meteoroids. They become meteors -- or shooting stars -- when they fall through a planet's atmosphere; leaving a bright trail as they are heated to incandescence by the friction of the atmosphere. Pieces that survive the journey and hit the ground are called meteorites.

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13 Nov 2000 Leonid Meteors Yield Rich Astrobiology Research Results Ames Research Center
9 Nov 2000 Meteor Balloon Rises Again Science@NASA
8 Nov 2000 North America's East Coast May Offer Best View of Leonids Meteor Shower, Say NASA Scientists Marshall Space Flight Center
26 Oct 2000 Lunar Leonids 2000 Science@NASA
26 Oct 2000 New Results on Martian Meteorite Support Hypothesis that Life Can Jump Between Planets California Institute of Technology
10 Oct 2000 The Moonlit Leonids 2000 Science@NASA
28 Sep 2000 Bright Planets & Random Meteors Science@NASA
28 Sep 2000 NASA's Langley First Stop in Blast to Look at Impact Crater's Past Langley Research Center
1 Sep 2000 Chemists Find Primordial Clues in New Meteorite SpaceDaily.com
10 Aug 2000 Catch a Falling Star Thursday's Classroom
8 Aug 2000 Perseid Dawn Science@NASA
9 Jun 2000 Water-Bearing Salt Crystals Come From Dawn of Solar System, UK Researchers Report in Science ScienceDaily.com
6 Jun 2000 June's Invisible Meteors Science@NASA
1 Apr 2000 Voyage of the Peep-o-nauts Science@NASA
16 Mar 2000 Yukon Meteorite Recovered Science@NASA
30 Jan 2000 New Mars Meteorite Found in California Jet Propulsion Laboratory
25 Jan 2000 Yukon Meteor Blast Science@NASA
4 Jan 2000 Quadrantids.com - Science News and Information about the Quadrantid Meteor Shower Science@NASA
28 Dec 1999 Y2K Meteor Blast Science@NASA
7 Dec 1999 Great Geminids! Science@NASA
2 Dec 1999 What Next, Leonids? Science@NASA
18 Nov 1999 Stormy Night for Astrobiologists Studying Leonid Meteors Ames Research Center
17 Nov 1999 First Night of Leonid Mission Successful for Astrobiologists Ames Research Center
16 Nov 1999 Astrobiologists Flying High to Study Leonid Meteors NASA Headquarters
15 Nov 1999 Science@NASA Launches Sister Site to Handle Heavy Web Traffic Due to Lenoid Meteor Shower Science@NASA
 
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13 Nov 2000 Leonid Meteors Yield Rich Astrobiology Research Results Ames Research Center
9 Nov 2000 Meteor Balloon Rises Again Science@NASA
8 Nov 2000 North America's East Coast May Offer Best View of Leonids Meteor Shower, Say NASA Scientists Marshall Space Flight Center
26 Oct 2000 Lunar Leonids 2000 Science@NASA
26 Oct 2000 New Results on Martian Meteorite Support Hypothesis that Life Can Jump Between Planets California Institute of Technology
10 Oct 2000 The Moonlit Leonids 2000 Science@NASA
28 Sep 2000 Bright Planets & Random Meteors Science@NASA
28 Sep 2000 NASA's Langley First Stop in Blast to Look at Impact Crater's Past Langley Research Center
1 Sep 2000 Chemists Find Primordial Clues in New Meteorite SpaceDaily.com
10 Aug 2000 Catch a Falling Star Thursday's Classroom
8 Aug 2000 Perseid Dawn Science@NASA
9 Jun 2000 Water-Bearing Salt Crystals Come From Dawn of Solar System, UK Researchers Report in Science ScienceDaily.com
6 Jun 2000 June's Invisible Meteors Science@NASA
1 Apr 2000 Voyage of the Peep-o-nauts Science@NASA
16 Mar 2000 Yukon Meteorite Recovered Science@NASA
30 Jan 2000 New Mars Meteorite Found in California Jet Propulsion Laboratory
25 Jan 2000 Yukon Meteor Blast Science@NASA
4 Jan 2000 Quadrantids.com - Science News and Information about the Quadrantid Meteor Shower Science@NASA
28 Dec 1999 Y2K Meteor Blast Science@NASA
7 Dec 1999 Great Geminids! Science@NASA
2 Dec 1999 What Next, Leonids? Science@NASA
18 Nov 1999 Stormy Night for Astrobiologists Studying Leonid Meteors Ames Research Center
17 Nov 1999 First Night of Leonid Mission Successful for Astrobiologists Ames Research Center
16 Nov 1999 Astrobiologists Flying High to Study Leonid Meteors NASA Headquarters
15 Nov 1999 Science@NASA Launches Sister Site to Handle Heavy Web Traffic Due to Lenoid Meteor Shower Science@NASA
 
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