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A meteorite crashed near the American Pacific coast on March 7, 2018.
NASA is now analysing two fragments they found on the seabed to establish whether they came from the same meteorite.
The meteorite could contain extraterrestrial metal that scientists haven’t come across before.
NASA hopes to use any findings to learn more about the behaviour of meteorites.

A meteorite that crashed near the American Pacific coast on March 7, 2018 has been causing quite a stir for the past few days.

NASA researcher Marc Fries is currently on a research expedition — he’s looking for remains of the meteorite, which landed on the seabed earlier this year.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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