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The Meteoritical Society records all known meteorites in its Meteoritical Bulletin and publishes Meteoritics and Planetary Science, a leading journal of planetary science.

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In Memoriam07/14 16:33
Andrei Valerievich Ivanov September 20, 1937 - July 7, 2016 On July 7, 2016, Andrei Valerievich Ivanov passed ...
In Memoriam06/24 13:56
Gerald J. Wasserburg, 1927-2016 Gerald J. Wasserburg (aka Jerry) passed away on June 13, at the age of 89. Jerr...
Pellas-Ryder Award for 201505/06 14:17
For 2015, the Committee for the Paul Pellas-Graham Ryder Award found that two of the nominated papers were of equal e...
In Memoriam04/11 18:35
Roy S. Clarke, Jr., 1925-2016 Roy S. Clarke, Jr., Emeritus Curator in the Dept. of Mineral Sciences at the Smit...
The candidates for the 2017...01/20 11:00
The candidates for the 2017-2018 council have been announced. Election information and brief biographies of the cand...
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