Astrophysics at Home. Further Hunting for Possible Micrometeorites.

Authors: Giuliano Bettini

This paper follows "Astrophysics at home. Micrometeorites" posted in Vixra on 15 Feb 2011. As Jon Larsen says: "Up until now splendid research on MMs has been executed at secure localities (the South Pole well, prehistoric layers beneath the Indian Ocean, at the Greenland ice cap, etc), but consistent research in order to identify the similar objects found for instance in our populated areas, is practically absent". I present here a lot of new specimens found in a city environment, photos, a lot of questions and few answers.

Comments: 11 pages. In English

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[v1] 25 Mar 2011

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