What are meteors made of?

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Meteors are either made of rocks, dust or iron. Scientists believe that meteors are actually broken fragments of comets. Meteors can weigh up to 70 tons.
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A meteor is the visible path of a meteoroid. Meteoroids, which become meteorites when they hit the Earth, are mainly made of iron, stone or a iron-stone mix. They may contain small amounts of nickel and trace amounts of other compounds.
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