Photo of the meteorite plaque
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How can the same meteorite fall twice? In this case, it first fell in 1516 in China, and then bits of it were included in a firework display that took place in March 2000, organised by installation artist Cornelia Parker and launched from the Rotunda. This plaque is near St Martin's Church in the city centre.
the meteorite plaque
|Date (GMT):||27/04/14 13:18|
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