[meteorite-list] Geologist rates Cranbourne South strip a hotspot for scientific treasure trove of undiscovered meteorites
From: Count Deiro <countdeiro_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2015 13:05:53 -0700 (GMT-07:00)
Hello right back at yah!
I see that Merry Old's Fleet Street reporters are as full of kidney pie as the Americans! Did Meteorite Men air in Great Britain?
>From: Shawn Alan via Meteorite-list <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
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>Subject: [meteorite-list] Geologist rates Cranbourne South strip a hotspot for scientific treasure trove of undiscovered meteorites
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>Geologist rates Cranbourne South strip a hotspot for scientific treasure
>trove of undiscovered meteorites
>CRANBOURNE SOUTH landowners could be sitting on a goldmine of
>undiscovered meteorites, a Devon Meadows geologist says.
>Tom Kapitany believed it was only a matter of time before more
>meteorites were unearthed as areas of Botanic Ridge were developed.
>The Acacia estate, being built near the intersection of Browns and Craig
>roads, was one of the hottest prospects for meteorites, Mr Kapitany
>Any finds could be quite valuable ? scientifically and financially ?
>for those lucky enough to dig them up, with prices ranging from
>$3000-$5000 a kilogram.
>?The area now being opened is the one closest to where the largest of
>the dozen meteorites so far found came to Earth in a shower some time
>before European settlement,? Mr Kapitany said.
>?I would rate it as the hottest stretch along the line stretching
>roughly from Pakenham to Pearcedale.
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