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And now, without further ado, we give you…
In 1931, Toledo, Ohio gave a status to a European town that created a relationship never before seen in North America. What kind of relationship?
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER (mouseover to see):
Search [Martian meteorites]. Read to find that three quarters of all Martian meteorites are classified as shergottites, named after the Shergotty meteorite that fell in Shergotty (now Sherghati), India in 1865. Search [weight of Shergotty meteorite] and find that the original Shergotty meteorite weighs 11 pounds.
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