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Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre meteorite officially named Murrili


The Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre meteorite has been officially named Murrili by the International Society for Meteorites and Planetary Science. Seen blazing over Arabana Country, Murrili landed on Kati Thanda at around 9:15 pm on November 27, 2015. It was recovered with the help and permission of Arabana people on New Year's eve, 2015. More information about Murrili can be found by clicking here.

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