[meteorite-list] Magadan and Yafa
From: Martin Horejsi <accretiondesk_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed Oct 19 13:41:20 2005
Hi Sterling and Bernd,
Thanks for the mental work.
How about this one: Any thoughts on the relationship between
Glanggang and Selakopi?
On 10/19/05, Sterling K. Webb <kelly_at_bhil.com> wrote:
> Hi, Bernd
> Thanks for clearing that up.
> Another nice speculation
> goes the way of most
> nice speculations.
> Albert Einstein was attending an awards
> dinner where many prominent scientists
> were receiving various honors. At his
> table was a well-known chemist who took
> a small notebook out of his jacket every
> few minutes and scribbled in it. About
> the fourth or fifth time he did so, he
> noticed Einstein watching him. Embarassed,
> the chemist explained, "Every time I get
> a good idea, I make a note of it. Writing
> it down keeps me from forgetting it. It's
> an excellent system; you should try it."
> Einstein sighed, "I doubt it would help me.
> I've only had a few good ideas in my whole life."
> bernd.pauli_at_paulinet.de wrote:
> > Sterling wrote:
> > The time zone for Yemen is UTC+3 hours:
> > The time reported is 11h 44m UTC.
> > Martin wrote:
> > According to A to Z, there was a fall named Yafa
> > that fell in Yemen on July 15, 2000 at 1444 hours.
> > Martin also wrote:
> > Hey Mike, Bill, Anne, anyone: is the time in A to Z local or UT?
> > Hello All,
> > According to the entry for Yafa in the Met.Bull. 86, MAPS 37-7, July 2002,
> > the date of fall is 14:45 GMT. This would correspond to 16:45 hrs for Yafa
> > (Date: July 15).
> > 11:36 GMT for Magadan would correspond to 22:36 hrs there (Date: July 16).
> > So the time difference would be 29 hours + 51 minutes ... if I didn't blunder :-)
> > Best wishes,
> > Bernd
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