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The sheer number of asteroid fragments that touched down on Nov. 20 in Saskatchewan -- first lighting up the sky in a dramatic light show witnessed by people across the prairies -- may have set a new Canadian record.
Rather than just one space rock hitting the ground, as first thought, the bounty appears to consist of thousands of fragments, according to the team that has co-ordinated the recovery.
Originally posted by whiteraven
This is exciting as soon we will be able to find out what the rocks are made of as well as where they think it came from.