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In another story a geologist guesses 11 pounds:
That rock seems to be about 15inches in width..
If that were true, I seriously doubt somebody had a rock that size in their chute.
That would add extra 50 lbs also
reply to post by Box of Rain
Ok, I'll take your stance. . . it is true!
They captured a meteorite falling from the sky.
With the chute just deployed, I'd guess the skydiver would be dropping somewhere around 25-50 mph,
That's soooo cool! thanks for sharing, now I want to see what a dinosaur killing boloid looks like in the sky, I heard it can be 5 or 10 times brighter than sun and it would take like 5 seconds from the entering point for the asteroid to hit the ground and sends us all to hell
So I guess that means that any old rock lying on the ground could be from space, possibly traveled across whole galaxies to get here.
The guy who made the video has now 'fessed up. It was a rock packed upinside the parachute. See, norskmeteornettverk.no...