[meteorite-list] Wildfire Cluster Probed

From: Martin Horejsi <martinh_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:11 2004
Message-ID: <B7E8B1BF.21F5%martinh_at_isu.edu>

Hi Al and All,

Wouldn't satellite debris be under the same cold constraints as a meteorite?
In fact, I would bet that since the overall density of a satellite is lower
than than that of rock (my assumption anyway), they would be even less
likely to carry any frictional heat to earth.

Just my thoughts.


on 10/9/01 2:57 PM, almitt at almitt_at_kconline.com wrote:

> Hi Ron and all,
> Could this be satellite debris that came down?? Perhaps those who track these
> events could let us know. I am sure we will find what the real
> cause of this was (in the very back of the paper in small print later) in the
> near future.
> --AL
> Ron Baalke wrote:
>> Apparently, the firefighters have been misinformed about meteors.
>> Meteors don't ignite fires on the ground.
>> Ron Baalke
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