Meteorite Slams Into The Moon

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Meteorite Slams Into The Moon

According to Geek.com, A meteorite slammed into the moon at 38,000 mph during the January 2019 lunar eclipse.

From Jan.

20 to Jan.

21, observers noticed a bright flash in the sky when the object reportedly collided with the moon and generated a crater approximately 33 to 50 feet in diameter.

Astronomers, including Professor Jose Maria Madiedo of the University of Huelva and Dr. Jose L.


Meteorite Slams Into The Moon

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