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Meteors from outer space made definitive land fall in Aralaganwila says Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe  
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Astrobiology scientist of the Buckingham University Chandra Wickramasinghe stressed that the space stones fallen during a meteorite rain in Aralaganwila Polonnaruwa contained extra terrestrial elements.

Addressing a media briefing held in Colombo today he rejected the statements made by the professors of the Geological Department of University of Peradeniya.

When our news team contacted Professor of Geology Athula Senarathna of University of Peradeniya who carried out a research on the meteorite fall in Aralaganvila, said that there could not be any truth in Prof.Chandra Wickramasinghe claim.



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