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Dark Flight: Meteorwrongs (from the collection of the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University)
21 framed pigment prints ranging in size from 5"x5" to 15"x14.5"
overall dimensions aprox. 50"x72"
2011

Within one of the most well-known collections of meteorites in the world, at the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University, is a collection of rocks of mistaken identity. Once identified by professional and amateur meteorite hunters as meteorites, they were later proven to be of terrestrial origin. 'Dark Flight: Meteorwrongs’ is a series of photographs of 21 of these false positives. They range in size from just a few inches to more than one foot in diameter and they all have one thing in common–they are not meteorites. The collection stands as a testament to the evolution of the science of meteoritics and to the limits of human knowledge.
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Untitled #16 from Dark Flight: Meteorwrongs
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Untitled #10 from Dark Flight: Meteorwrongs
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Poster edition, available in the shop