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"Here, don't drop this on your toe," smiles Chuck McPartlin, as he hands the five-pound nickel-iron meteorite to an astronomy customer who is waiting to look through Chuck's 9-1/4-inch telescope. The little 6-inch by 4-inch space rock works its magic as folks ooh and ahh over it, listening to where it was found and how old it is and yes, it does smell like a pocket-full of coins. Then, Chuck shares what is in the telescope view and figuratively transports each person to wondrous places in the night sky. Folks ask

 

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