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Are there likely to be fragments of this falling to the ground?
Every day about 100 tons of meteoroids -- fragments of dust and gravel and sometimes even big rocks – enter the Earth's atmosphere.
One fun thing you can do (If you head somewhere that snows - does it snow in Australia?) is after a fresh snowfall, run a strong magnet over the top of the snow. You'll pick up iron filings, which are from meteorites.
I found a meteorite after a snowstorm last winter on top of my 1970 VW Bus as I was wiping off the snow.