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19 Dec 2001 NASA Scientist Finds Some Meteorites Not Sugar-Free NASA Headquarters
13 Dec 2001 A Flurry of Meteors, a Solar Eclipse, a Bright Asteroid, and Maybe... Auroras
13 Dec 2001 Wish Upon a Shooting Star - the Geminids Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight European Space Agency
11 Dec 2001 Meteor High-Speed Imaging Ames Research Center
7 Dec 2001 Weird Geminids Science@NASA
7 Dec 2001 NASA to Discuss Lenoids, Mars and Early Earth at AGU Ames Research Center
3 Dec 2001 Oxygen Isotopes Give Clues to the Formation of Planets, Moons, and Asteroids Planetary Science Research Discoveries
3 Dec 2001 Weekend Fireballs Science@NASA
30 Nov 2001 Explosions on the Moon Science@NASA
28 Nov 2001 ESA Scientists Capture the Lion's Offspring Down Under European Space Agency
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