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Steve Herschbach

Hunting Space Rocks In Antarctica

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Back when I was in the Navy, a few decades ago, I looked seriously into trying to get posted down there for the experience~ with the thought in the back of my head to do just what that group did.  But on the QT as anything you pick up pretty much belongs to the scientists.  Very cool they pulled off such a haul.  Meteorite recovery in Antarctica is an ongoing thing but thats the first dedicated hunt I've ever read on.

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Nice video, and also you won't find any junk all undiscovered territory.

 

 

 

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On 3/11/2019 at 12:46 PM, rayadientes said:

Nice video, and also you won't find any junk all undiscovered territory.

 

 

 

Yeah, but the secret alien underground bases probably have trash heaps around...😆

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