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On the Blog of the website : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/blog/au-lycee-notre-dame-de-bon-secours-66.html

I have organized an exhibition on meteorites during a party hosted at the high school Notre Dame de Bon Secours in Perpignan (France) on 24/05/2012 :

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And the flyer that comes with it :

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Nice school outreach, jdc! I think it's great the activities you participate in.

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Hi all,

today, I have discovered an interesting thing ! In a painting named Madonna di Foligno, Raphael has represented the fall of a meteorite ! Why he has represented the fall of a meteorite on a religious painting ? Probably because he has seen or heard this phenomenon which took place on September 4, 1511 in Lombardy.

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(picture from : planet-terre.ens-lyon.fr)

In any case, I have created a page on this topic : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/generalites/oeuvres-historiques/madonna-di-foligno.html

See you soon !

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Hi all,

on the topic of the historical works on meteorites, I found full of information, so new pages appeared on the site :

A tract of Sebastian Brant about the fall of the meteorite Ensisheim in 1492 : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/generalites/oeuvres-historiques/der-donnerstein-von-ensisheim.html

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(picture from : Wikipedia)

Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), to deliver an order painted St. Jerome in Penitence on a wooden panel on the back of which is the fall of the meteorite Ensisheim : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/generalites/oeuvres-historiques/saint-jerome-penitent.html

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(picture from : astrosurf.com)

With the work " Melancolia" by Albrecht Dürer, it would be a fireball appeared in the skies of Germany in 1513 that would have been represented : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/generalites/oeuvres-historiques/melancolia-1.html

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(picture from : Wikipedia)

On the currency of Elagabal, the sacred stone that Varius Avitus Bassianus transported is represented : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/generalites/objets-historiques/la-monnaie-d-elagabal.html

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(picture from : astrosurf.com)

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Hi all,

after a long historical research, I propose as new pages :

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(picture from : meteoritica.com)

The meteorite Bouanane, identified by a specialist in lithic tools (H. de Lumley, MNHNP), this meteorite was used as a hammer and anvil probably in the Neolithic period : http://jdc-meteorite...-meteorite.html

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(picture from : Wikipedia)

Inuit harpoons made ​​with the Cape York meteorites : http://jdc-meteorite...pons-inuit.html

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(picture from : galleonslost.com)

The kris modern is a alloy of iron and pieces of a meteorite fell near Prambanan in 1784 : http://jdc-meteorite...ques/kriss.html

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(picture from : asia.si.edu)

The Emperor Jahangir said that : "This knife must cut both the best swords" : http://jdc-meteorite...e-jahangir.html

Good reading !

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New pages ! :

Meteorite of Pultusk : http://jdc-meteorite...es/pultusk.html

pultusk-meteorite.jpg

(picture from : niger-meteorite-recon.de)

Wenn der Himmel mit seinen Sternen auf die Erde fällt : http://jdc-meteorite...erde-fallt.html

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(picture from : chiemgau-impakt.de)

Klosy Pultusk fireball : http://jdc-meteorite...usk-bolide.html

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(picture from : ruzhany.narod.ru.gif)

Sikhote Alin fireball : http://jdc-meteorite...lin-bolide.html

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(picture from : rocksonfire.com)

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On the Blog of the website : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/blog/meteorite-picture-of-the-day-17-06-2012-c-est-moi.html

Hello to all,

Meteorite Picture of the Day : 17/06/2012 : It's me ! : http://www.tucsonmeteorites.com/mpodpic.asp?DD=6/17/2012&WYD=

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Other news, the creation of a page dedicated to the Sylacauga meteorite. This is the only meteorite fall that badly injured a person : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/les-historiques/les-chondrites/sylacauga.html

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(picture from : 3.bp.blogspot.com)

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On the Blog of the website : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/blog/meteorite-picture-of-the-day-17-06-2012-c-est-moi.html

Hello to all,

Meteorite Picture of the Day : 17/06/2012 : It's me ! : http://www.tucsonmeteorites.com/mpodpic.asp?DD=6/17/2012&WYD=

zrcuksidnc.jpg

Other news, the creation of a page dedicated to the Sylacauga meteorite. This is the only meteorite fall that badly injured a person : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/pages/les-historiques/les-chondrites/sylacauga.html

leganerd-031674.jpg

(picture from : 3.bp.blogspot.com)

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On the Blog of the website : http://jdc-meteorite...llection-4.html

Hello to all,

Meteorites are new to my collection after a journey of several billion years ! :

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NWA 7134 (LL3.8) of 3.54 g, slice

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NWA 6380 (Diogenite), slice

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Gao-Guenie (H5) of 4.56 g, individual oriented

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Nantan (IAB-MG) of 11 g, fragments

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sau-527.jpg

SAU 527 (LL3.7) of 1.25 g, slice

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NWA 5795 (CO3) of 4.16 g, endcut

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NWA 3337 (LL4) of 1.41 g, slice

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NWA 4687 (H6) of 1.39 g, slice

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campo-del-cielo-silicated.jpg

Campo del Cielo (Silicated) of 6.73 g, slice

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Taza (Ung) of 3.6 g, oriented

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Sikhote-Alin (IIAB) of 9.1 g, oriented

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NWA 6693 (Achondrite-Ung), fragment

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nwa-6963.jpg

NWA 6963 (Shergottite), fragment

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NWA 5920 (Brachinite) of 0.70 g, slice

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NWA 3329 (Diogénite) of 1.35 g, endcut

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NWA 2968 (Dunite) of 0.50 g, endcut

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Bensour (LL6) of 3.68 g, fragment

Nice new pieces, but this Bensour is absolutely awesome!

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