Solar System/Meteorites

Physical characteristicsEdit

A Meteorite, long after making contact with earth.

Most meteorites are very small in relative size to Earth, most of them are about the size of a giant rock or on other words: far too small to be planets, just like comets and asteroids, this bodies due to self gravitation are not round so most of them look like a potato with many holes on its surface.


Analysis of isotopic compositionEdit

Chronology of the Solar SystemEdit

Organic SubstancesEdit

Meteors and meteor showersEdit

Meteor showersEdit

Sporadic MeteoritesEdit

The Tears Of San LorenzoEdit