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Are meteroties large lumps of trapped rock/metal which actually reach the earth's surface?

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    a meteorite is a stony or metallic object that is the remains of a meteoroid that has reached the earth's surface

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    thanks. Do you know what would fit the above definition? I was thinking maybe meteors?

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    which definition?

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    large lumps of trapped rock/metal which actually reach the earth's surface?

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    i wld keep it as " meteorite"

    (sorry for the confusion)

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    no, there's no need to apologise, it's okay ,thanks for your help, I appreciate it :-)

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