[meteorite-list] Landing heat and fires

From: E.P. Grondine <epgrondine_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:37:32 2004
Message-ID: <20001207193414.6512.qmail_at_web2008.mail.yahoo.com>

Hi all -

    I am inclined to think that just the friction from
a meteorite just hitting the ground would cause a
certain amount of heat - Elton, you know about the
heat generated by impact, even with two "room
temperature" objects -
    Also, and different, I wonder if sometimes what
you may have are very small comets, which might
actually be set on fire by the entry friction, and
that fire might continue internally - Maybe that mud
from the little New Hampshire might have some remains
in it -


--- NEMS <meteor_at_xensei.com> wrote:
> Hello List:
> I don't know what caused the fire, noise, or
> "mudhole" as reported
> by the Concord Monitor yesterday - but am confident
> that the event
> isn't meteoritical.
> Today's Concord Monitor edition has more
> information, some misprints,
> and some misquotes.
> Today's story at:
> Russ K., NEMS
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