[meteorite-list] Article: Discovery of probably Tunguska meteorites at the bottom of Khushmo river's shoal
From: Sterling K. Webb <sterling_k_webb_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2013 01:23:38 -0500
The claim of physical recovery is getting wide attention
with astronomical websites and (probably will in) publications.
Zlobin collected the "stones" in 1988, but never bothered
to look at them until now...
Dr. Zlobin's earlier paper on Tunguska states he is an
"Expert to Federal Agency of Physical Training and Sport,
Moscow." That paper (undated) can be found at:
It is... creative. It's a comet theory.
Here's his resume (in English):
There is a YouTube of him singing and playing the guitar
when he was a studen:
Sterling K. Webb
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Martin" <mmartin at meteoritetreasures.com>
To: "MeteorList" <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2013 1:53 PM
Subject: [meteorite-list] Article: Discovery of probably Tunguska
meteorites at the bottom of Khushmo river's shoal
> Aloha Everyone,
> A newly published (4/29/13) article on Tunguska in PDF format is
> available for free download from the Cornell University Library. I
> can't say I agree with calling it the discovery of "meteorites"--I
> think "impact glass" would be a better description, but it's an
> interesting read nonetheless. Shatter cones are also discussed.
> The link below will take you to a Cornell University Library page with
> a one paragraph abstract of the article. To download the entire
> paper, click the download "PDF Only" link on the upper right of the
> web page.
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Received on Fri 03 May 2013 02:23:38 AM PDT