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Sunday, 22 October 2017 - 8:18
“Particles found in Dikwella not from a meteor” – Investigators
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Investigations done by two teams have concluded that there was no connection between the mineral particles found in Dikwella and the meteor which exploded on the 18th of this month.

Director of the Astronomy and Space Science Unit at Colombo University’s Physical Science Department Prof. Chandana Jayarathne said that there was a huge mismatch between the times of the sighting of the meteor shower and the mineral particle landing near a house.

However, further investigations are underway into the meteor particles which are believed to have landed in the Southern part of the country.

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