PEEKSKILL meteorite HAMMER STONE car smasher 1992 New York

Up for auction is a famous Peekskill brecciated meteorite fragment that came from the Oct. 9, 1992, Peekskill, New York Peekskill meteorite hammer fall. This hammer stone fall was seen over many states in the east coast region of the US during the height of the high school football season. As a result this allowed many spectators in the community and region to video tape the fall that was captured by more the 17 individuals. To top off, the Peekskill meteorite hit a car parked in a driveway in the town of Peekskill, making this meteorite fall a media sensation over nights. Here is your chance to own a piece of history and to be able to celebrate this event in time. A meteorite is a meteorite, but a meteorite with history and a legacy, will always add aura to your meteorite collection and value. I'm a member of the International Meteorite Collectors Association, member number 1633, so !

History of the Peekskill meteorite hammer stone fall

In 1992, the Peekskill meteorite streaked across the sky in a greenish blaze from Kentucky to Pittsburgh, all the way to Peekskill, NY, where it attacked a perfectly innocent parked car.

The 1980 Chevy Malibu, which survived with only a massive dent and later went on to tour the world as the car who survived a meteorite attack. While the meteorite had impeccable aim, it
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