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Archive Films by Getty Images
EBC-67 Beta SP
WHY DO WE STILL HAVE MOUNTAINS?
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AP Archive
++Mexico Meteorite
Meteorite display awes art, science lovers
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Science Photo Library
Toluca meteorite fragment
Toluca meteorite fragment. This is a section through the meteorite showing a Widmanstatten pattern. This distinctive criss-cross pattern is found in iron-nickel meteorites that have been cut and et...
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Producers Library
"The Day Of The Triffids" - 1963 trailer - science fiction - c/s of plants or flowers - large vine grabs and kills scientist in laboratory - meteorite storm in sky over London and Big Ben - devlish...
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NBCUniversal Archives
Meteorite : Tin Type
Meteorite : Tin Type
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British Pathé
FYLINGDALES EARLY WARNING
R.A.F. Fylingdales, Yorkshire. On a remote moor, the R.A.F. house their Ballistic Missile Early Warning System - monitors listen to the sound of stars, track satellites and meteorites and most ...
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Global Image Works
Meteorites bombarding the Moon
Meteorites bombarding the Moon during its early history. Countless impacts in the early years of the solar system produced the highly-cratered surface of the Moon.
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NatureFootage
Night Sky Time Lapse, Geminids Meteorite Shower
time lapse, scenic, sky, no subject, uniform, night, australasia, topside, australia, wide shot, slow shutter, landmark, weather, meteorite shower, desert, summer, cliff, tropical, alice springs, p...
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Historic Films
SOUND COMEDY SHORTS
METEORITE SLICING. CU METEORITE. SCIENTIST CUTS METEORITE INTO SLICES FOR MUSEUM DISPLAYS
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EARTH CROSSING PATH OF DRIFTING DEBRIS
Computer-generated image of the earth circling the sun and crossing the drifting debris of a comet.
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