Forming our universe over 13.7 billion years and our solar system over 4.6 billion years, we have been able to identify and analyse these foreign wonders, cataloguing the stars which have fallen to Earth, we can assuredly claim to know about the 75,000 falls to our terrestrial home each year.

Meteorites on bronze stands

Science claims the axis tilt of our planet is partly a result of the mass weight of meteorites and asteroid that have collided with us. Between 11 kilometres per second, 25,000 mph, 72 kilometres per second, 160,000 mph. The most productive places to find these falls are wide open flat regions, like the Sahara desert, thousands of miles of ground to cover; we have a lot of work to do so let's start right here.

meteorite fragment

 

meteorite on standunder lighting