Meteors have been in the news quite a bit recently, with both the recent Chelyabinsk meteor and the “near miss” of DA14 attracting headlines.
Over the years we’ve covered a variety of meteor-related uses for Google Earth, and here are a few of our favorites:
Meteor Craters on Earth (from 2005)
Australian Geologist Accidentally Discovers Meteor Crater in Google Earth
Were Carolina bays created by the Saginaw Impact Manifold?
For more recent maps, this post from Geographic Travels lists a few good ones, including Every Meteorite Fall on Earth Mapped and the Meteoritical Society’s Website.
What other great meteor-related resources are you aware of?