The first indications that a meteorite gives of its arrival on Earth are the light and sound phenomena that accompany its fall. The large distances over which these phenomena are visible and audible, and the resulting excitement produced, have induced people to promptly set down their observations in writing. As several hundred meteorite falls have been observed in the last century, the reports of eyewitnesses comprise voluminous literature.
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- Fall Phenomena
Prof. Dr. F. Heide
Dr. F. Wlotzka
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg