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FIREBALLS IN THE SKY IS A PERPETUAL PORTAL LINKING RESEARCH WITH CITIZEN SCIENCE.
CLICK THE BELOW LINKS FOR THE LATEST NEWS ON OUR RESEARCH AND OUTREACH VENTURES, OR FEEL FREE TO BROWSE THIS SITE FOR RESOURCES TO USE IN YOUR CLASSROOM
Digging in clay mud is hard work

Desert Fireball Network uncovers the mysteries surrounding our Solar System origins studying meteorites, fireballs and their pre-Earth orbits.

It’s part of the growing Space Science and Technology group at Curtin University.

Fireball in the classroom - Gretchen, Phil, Emma O'Driscoll, Stephanie Ryan, Keely Rule and Meg Lawrence

Fireballs in the Sky is an innovative citizen science program that connects the public with the research of the Desert Fireball Network. There are lots of resources on this site to check out for your classroom, or you can head to the Space Science and Technology Centre site to see our recent engagement efforts.

Together with NASA, the Desert Fireball Network and Fireballs in the Sky are rolling out worldwide to become a Global Fireball Observatory through the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute.
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