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Polonnaruwa Meteorite -- Dec. 29, 2012
Pictured is a small piece of a meteorite that fell near the ancient Sri Lanka city of Polonnaruwa on Dec. 29, 2012. Using a scanning electron microscope, scientists at the U.K.'s Buckingham Center for Astrobiology and Cardiff University produced the following images. Note: the measurements on the images are indicated in micrometers. To understand how small these fossilized objects are, 1 meter = approximately 3 feet, while 1 micrometer = 1 millionth of a meter.
Diatom fossil from the Polonnaruwa meteorite
The following images look like something from a science fiction movie, but were produced with a scanning electron microscope focused on a meteorite that reportedly fell in Sri Lanka on Dec. 29, 2012. This first image shows a diatom (algae) fossil at high resolution from the Polonnaruwa meteorite.
Another fossil from Polonnaruwa meteorite
An embedded fossil from the Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka meteorite.
Filamentous fossil diatom from Polonnaruwa meteorite
Pictured is a fossil diatom (algae) with frustules, or walls, showing intricate microstructure.
Ovoidal ribbed structure in the Sri Lanka meteorite
This ovoidal, or egg-shaped, ribbed structure was found in the rock matrix of the Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka meteorite.
External layer of a algae fossil found in Polonnaruwa meteorite
This is an image of the external layer, or frustule, of a diatom (algae) fossil found enmeshed in the rock matrix of the meteorite that fell near Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka, on Dec. 29, 2012. The next slide is an extreme close-up of this image.
Close-up of previous slide
This is a close-up electron microscope image of the previous slide, showing the intricate layering (frustule) of a diatom (algae) fossil found in the meteorite which fell in Sri Lanka on Dec. 29, 2012. Scientists who research these microstructures are convinced it represents proof of extraterrestrial life.