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On the Existence of Interstellar Meteoroids
A meteoroid in orbit around the Sun has a heliocentric velocity in the vicinity of Earth of about 42.1 km/s. So if a meteoroid has a heliocentric velocity exceeding that, it will have an open ...
Jun 13 '12 at 1:22
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