Nuevo libro sobre hidroaerolitos

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Ice Meteors
Ice Meteors
Unknown Dangers Overhead
By Anthony J. Tambini
Branden Books
E-Book Edition, ISBN 9780828323000

Ice meteors have always posed dangers for all flying aircraft, because they are difficult to analyze and because they either melt as they fall from the sky or melt thereafter on reaching the ground. For centuries people from all over the globe have reported large chunks of ice falling from a clear blue sky. The size and weight of the mystery ice has varied greatly, from a chunk described as being as large as an elephant that fell in India in 1800, down to the size of a grapefruit. Although some of the older reports predate the invention of the airplane, whenever a ice-falls occur, in modern times they are attributed to airplanes passing overhead. However, in most instances, ice-falls occur when there is no aircraft visible in the sky at all. Granted there are minority reports of small pieces of ice attributed to ice that builds up on the outer parts of flying aircraft; most ice-falls, however, have origins that go beyond our high flying aircraft, and are as treacherous as they are insidious. In this book, Mr. Tambini offers great details into the history of each reported ice meteor. His inventory is simply staggering.

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 1141 KB
Publisher: Branden Books; 1st edition (April 6, 2011)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
ASIN: B004VNQ43Y

Contents
Introduction
I- Historical Reports of Ice Falls
II- The Mystery of Cold Meteorites
– Hot Meteorites
– Cold Meteorites
III- Theories of Origins
– Upper Atmosphere
– Aircraft
– Space
IV- Analysis of Falls
V- Chemical Composition of Fallen Ice
VI- Conclusion
VII- Recommendations for Future Falls
VIII- Appendix
– Jet Stream Charts
– Ice Fall Spread Sheet
– Photographs
IX- References
X- Index
XI- Recommended Reading

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