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How to find Micrometeorites on the Roof of your House | Magnetic Games


Every year on our planet it is estimated that 10,000 to 200,000 tons of micrometeorites fall, they fall everywhere even on our house roofs.
In this video I examine only the micrometeorites of ferrous origin and therefore ferromagnetic.
Upon entering the earth’s atmosphere, the micrometeorites heat up by friction with the air, melt and take on a spherical shape, which is why they are easily identifiable among the magnetic dust.
Examining a small part of the magnetic dust you saw in the video I found 22 micrometeorites ranging in size from 0.025 mm to 0.168 mm

Thanks to supermagnete.com for providing me with these magnets for free. Here the products used in this video.

Q-40-18-5-N https://sumag.net/q-40-18-05-n-x01
CS-Q-20-20-04-N https://sumag.net/cs-q-20-20-04-n-x01

This is the Microscope i used :

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