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3. Meteors and Meteorites

3. Meteors and Meteorites

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The heavenly tap then abruptly opened above us. A million raindrops began pelting the beach around us forming a million dimples in the sand. In the same way meteorites had once pelted the surface of the moon to form its craters.

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I knew she was right because I’d seen one in a museum once with my Grandad. Mostly the bits of rock are pretty small, but I’d seen one on the internet which was as big as a car and weighed 66 tons! I wondered, perhaps Quentin’s rock-magnet had come from space? You know, some people think that one day a gigantic meteor could even destroy planet Earth! But I still thought that shooting stars were beautiful.

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