Geoff Notkin, Action Scientist
Geoff Notkin, Action Scientist
Geoff Notkin, Action Scientist

Geoff Notkin, Action Scientist

Geoff Notkin, author, adventurer, world traveler, and Emmy Award-winning host of TV's "STEM Journals" and "Meteorite Men."

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She was beautifully out of place. Sometimes I believe she intended to be. Like the moon during the day. -B.R. or email to order your very own piece of the moon! Space_Rockettes/Twitter

Details about Extinition Event: Ammonite Fossil, Meteorite, Dinosaur Bone - Art Collectible

Geoff of Meteorite Men, Oscar Monnig Meteorite Catalog

Meteorite Book The Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Collection Catalog The definitive work on Oscar Monnig and his world famous meteorite collection, which is now on exhibit at the Monnig Meteorite Gallery in Fort Worth, Texas, designed and published, and with an introduction and essay by Geoff of Meteorite Men.

Details about Russian Meteorite, Sikhote-Alin Shrapnel Collectible / Meteorite's Journey Card

These iron meteorite specimens acquired their unique surface characteristics during flight through our own atmosphere. They are known as a shrapnel specimens — fragments which exploded during flight, due to atmospheric pressure or collision with another meteorite. Your collectible Meteorite's Journey postcard contains information on the different stages that occur as an asteroid plummets to earth and becomes a meteorite, with marvelous graphics set on a rich blue background.

Details about IRON METEORITE in Lucite Pyramid, Russian Fall

The Sikhote-Alin meteorite fall, during the winter of 1947, was the largest recorded meteorite impact on earth in modern times. The daytime fireball and subsequent crater-forming event were witnessed by rural farmers in a remote part of eastern Siberia, near the Sikhote-Alin mountains — the range which gives this highly collectible meteorite its name. The Russian Academy of Sciences investigated the fall zone during a series of expeditions in the late 1940s.

Glow-In-The-Dark Moon Dust Necklace

Details about Glow-In-The-Dark Moon Dust

A Glass Vial with Genuine Moon dust! Presented by Geoff of Meteorite Men Description: Northwest Africa 8022 lunar meteorite Weight: 8 grams (including bottle) Class: Lunar, feldspathic breccia Date and location of find: Northwest Africa, 2013 Notes: Alluring glass vial with cork lid filled with ACTUAL dust from the moon, mixed with glow-in-the-dark and glitter gel.

Details about 1,000,000 Yr-Old Meteorite Crater Rocks, Astronomy, STEM, Educational, Space Kit

Details about Chelyabinsk Meteorite with Shattered Glass from Shockwave

Chelyabinsk-Meteorite-with-Shattered-Glass-from-Shockwave. The world will forever remember the astonishing news of a massive fireball seen over Chelyabinsk-Oblast, Russia on February 15, 2013. It was easily the largest meteoritic event since the Sikhote-Alin fall of 1947 and one of the largest in modern history.

Details about Vintage-Style Historic Museum Meteorite Set

Vintage-Style Historic Museum Meteorite Set Presented by Geoff of Meteorite Men the TV series! Description: Authentic Meteorite and Impactite Specimens Class: Iron, Stony-Iron and Impactite Approximate dimensions of specimen jars: 80 mm x 12 mm, 65 mm x 12 mm, 53 mm x 10 mm Notes: These classical glass vials with cork stoppers contain authentic meteorite and impactite specimens and are designed in the vintage style and spirit of old museum displays