Mbozi Meteroite

Mbozi Meteroite

inspecting one of the world's largest meteorite and unsuccessfully trying to lift it

Location: 

Mbozi, Tanzania

Duration: 

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Mbozi Meteorite: 16 metric tons
  2. Inspecting the extraterrestrial structure
  3. Looking for the missing meteorite crater
  4. Driving an hour bumpy road to get there
  5. Nearly missing the spot behind the trees

Image sources

  1. Beautiful landscape
  2. Trying to lift it
  3. Special structure
  4. Scientific cuts
  5. Inspecting 

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