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Following are examples of cosmic glass spherules and micrometeorites, analyzed with a Zeiss DSM962 scanning electron microscope (SEM) at Dartmouth College. Click on each of the thumbnail images to access the corresponding full-resolution TIFF image.
|Barred olivine spherule|
|CAT scan of spherule|
|Weathered glass spherule|
|Unusual glass spherule with tail|
|Magnetite rim spherule|