[meteorite-list] tunguska explosion data

From: Dave Mouat <dmouat_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:52:18 2004
Message-ID: <3D61864D.3533F898_at_dri.edu>

Was the dry lake subsequently filled with sediment? If so, your
meteorites might have a lot of overburden on them. If not, what would
account for the very fine textured material in the lake bed?

alvie roach wrote:

> I am trying to prove a dry lake is in fact a meteorite
> crater.A meteorite was found in the area, the bed rock
> is shattered for miles in every direction and the
> shape of the dry lake seemes to have a ballistic
> signature.I am hopeful someone can help me access the
> experiment data that determined the hight and angle of
> the explosive event at tunguska.the discovery channel
> had a program about tunguska.In this show was a
> section on how the scientists determined the hight and
> angle. They flew a series of charges over a forest of
> pins on a test board and recorded the shapes left by
> the explosions.They continued this until they came up
> with the butterfly pattern of tunguska.I am confidante
> the shape of my dry lake will be in this data.I hope
> you can help me.Contact me at
> jiujitsu11_at_yahoo.com.Thank you,Alvie Roach
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Received on Mon 19 Aug 2002 07:59:09 PM PDT

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