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30 November, 13:45

How are meteorites and meteors different?

Meteorites are found in space and meteors are not.

Meteorites usually burn up in the atmosphere, but meteors do not.

Meteorites are larger than meteors.

Meteorites have struck the Earth's surface, but meteors have not.

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  1. 30 November, 13:51
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    Meteors are a streak of light. A meteorite is when it hits Earth's surface. So, it would be D.
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