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The Karoonda (S.A.) Meteorite of Nov. 25, 1930

Naturevolume 127pages402403 (1931) | Download Citation

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AT 10.53 P.M. on the evening of Nov. 25 an extremely brilliant fire-ball was seen by many observers in South Australia. It was observed at Port Lincoln on the west coast, Wirrappa (94 miles north-west of Port Augusta), Mount Gambier in the south-east of South Australia, Murrayville in Victoria, and Broken Hill in New South Wales, the radius of observation being thus well over 250 miles.

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    • KERR GRANT
    •  & G. F. DODWELL

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