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Tales Of An Earthgrazer
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Publish-date-icon March 26, 2011
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An Earth-grazing fireball (or Earth-grazer)[2] is a small solar system body (SSSB) that enters the Earth's atmosphere and leaves again. If it starts to break up in the atmosphere it can become an Earth-grazing meteor procession, and some fragments may impact the Earth. Famous examples of this are The Great Daylight 1972 Fireball and the Meteor Procession of July 20, 1860.

As an Earth-grazer passes through the atmosphere its mass and velocity are changed, so that its orbit, when it re-enters space, might also change.
Episoded "Drafted" , Please contact DJ CH!NO to listen/download this mix. @Realdjchino on Twitter

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