75% of all Martian meteorites are named after a meteor that fell in a town in India. How heavy (in pounds) was that meteorite?

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75% of all Martian meteorites are named after a meteor that fell in a town in India. How heavy (in pounds) was that meteorite?

Post by NewsOnline on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:19 am

75% of all Martian meteorites are named after a meteor that fell in a town in India. How heavy (in pounds) was that meteorite?

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Post by NewsOnline on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:20 am

How to find the answer: Search [Martian meteorites]. Read to find that ¾ of all Martian meteorites are classified as shergottites, named after the Shergotty meteorite that fell in Shergotty (now Sherghati), India in 1865. Search [weight of Shergotty meteorite] and find that the original Shergotty meteorite weighs 11 pounds.


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