Sunday, November 30, 2008

Metor recovered near Lone Rock Saskatchewan

The meteor, estimated to have been 10 tonnes, made headlines around the globe when it lit up the night sky over Edmonton before crashing 15 km south of Lloydminster on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border.

Ten fragments, up to the size of a fist, were found on a frozen fishing pond. I guess it was a good thing nobody was out skating on the pond when these things fell.


penlan said...

Hey Mr. Anchovy,

Did you get the email I sent you a couple of days ago?

mister anchovy said...

yes I did, thank you!

penlan said...

You're welcome! :)