Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory Public Lecture at Newberg, OR Library – July 18, 2012

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IIIAB iron (medium octahedrite), 15.5 metric tons approximate recovered weight. Found in 1902 in what is now West Linn, Oregon. (Photo courtesy of Lake Oswego Public Library.)

The general public is invited to attend an upcoming program on meteorites in the Pacific Northwest, sponsored by the Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory. The Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory is actively involved in programs geared towards educators and the public, including public lectures featuring PowerPoint presentations, and a number of meteorites that participants may examine and hold. For more information, please visit http://meteorites.pdx.edu/outreach.htm

The Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory is actively involved in programs geared towards educators and the public. These include public lectures and demonstrations, teacher workshops, classroom activities, informational material on this web site, and email and phone contacts. Each year, we speak to about 5,000 – 7,000 people through such activities. Learn more about the CML at http://meteorites.pdx.edu/

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