It's being called one of the rarest meteorites in history. Just eight months after a fireball was spotted lighting up California and Nevada skies, a team of researchers say the cause was one of the rarest bits of cosmic material ever discovered. Researchers responsible for recovering the small pieces of the meteor that hit northern California say it is was largely a carbonaceous chondrite -- one of the rarest types to strike Earth... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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