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Canadian Fireball Remains Found

University of Calgary researchers reported last Friday that they have found the remains of the meteor that streaked through Canadian skies in November

The remains of the 10-ton meteor were densely strewn over a 20-square-kilometer (8 square miles) area near the community of Lloydminster on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border.

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