Hello {!firstname},

                        It's all a matter of luck.

Right after Premier Alison Redford, decided to resign, all of a sudden several meteors were spotted in Eastern Canada skies.

Two down East in the maritimes, and one close to home, in St. Thomas, Ontario.

     A sign from the Universe perhaps?

Or was it because of finance minister Jim Flaherty resignation? 

Another bad omen?

More than likely, just mere coincidence, I'd say.     

There are more pockmarks today in the political landscape right now, than there are on earth  created from meteor impacts.

But I digress....

    Dr. Peter Brown, of the University of Western Ontario, (UWO) created a Meteor night sky camera network all over Southern

This is brilliant.

What it consists of is a series of cameras with wide angle lenses that are constantly monitoring the night
skies for meteor sightings and records them spread out across Southern Ontario.

In the case of the Southern Ontario meteor, Dr. Brown would like folks in the St. Thomas area, where they believe chunks
of the meteor actually landed to check out their backyards, and farmers fields to see if any chunks of the meteor  can be found.

In fact, UWO is organizing a team of students to search fields right now. The rocks have a slightly darker colour than similar
rocks you may find on earth.

    Finding any of these fragments is truly the motherlode for scientists.  Yes, many  secrets of the Solar System can be divulged
by studying these fragments.

   They are in fact, the Rosetta stones of the universe.

     It's not often that we can more or less pinpoint where those fragments have landed, such as in this case.

So keep looking up,  {!firstname}.

Clear Skies,

Ray  "meteorite" Khan

PS Meteors come and go in a flash. And so do some sales.  And in a few days,  March 31st s to be exact, our promotion  on Meade Series 6000     apochromatic refractors is going to end.  These packages all include a custom hard case, so fear not, there is still time beforeyou miss out completely.