Name That Space Rock

Very helpful with all your space questions.

With the recent meteor/meteorite news, illustrator Tim Lillis of Narwhal Creative realized that he was confused about the differences between meteors, meteoroidscomets, and meteorites.  So he designed “Name That Space Rock,” a handy chart that explains them all.

Source: Laughing Squid Tips

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