Meteorites of the United States Map

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Artist Brad Nault created this masterful artwork map and it depicts over 100 meteorites and craters in the United States of America. The North American continent in shown is shown in a old-world style cartography with different symbols for meteorite falls, meteorite finds, hammer falls, and impact craters. Over 100 historical, popular, and obscure meteorite locations are mapped out in a large-format, hand-drawn artwork. All of the many famous meteorites you would expect to see are highlighted on this map, plus more obscure finds that will challenge you to consult reference works to learn more about them.

Shown on the United States of America (plus parts of Canada and Mexico) map are : over 51 witnessed meteorite falls, 19 hammer falls, 50 meteorite finds. 4 impact craters, and 2 Martian finds.

These maps are professionally printed on a high-dynamic range, large-format printer on glossy thick photo stock. Size is approx. 14 x 10 and is suitable for framing. 

This map was designed to be a piece of display art and an aesthetic way to associate various meteorites with places. It would be ideal for framing and display in your home or near your meteorite collection. It would also make a fine outreach prop when talking about meteorites or meteorite hunting.

Refer to the photo. The image shown is a lower-resolution version for web display. Your canvas will have rich deep colors and a quality texture that cannot be shown on a computer screen.

Locations and meteorites shown on this map : (in no particular order)

Sutter's Mill (California)
Park Forest (Illinois) 
Claxton (Georgia) 
Ash Creek (Texas) 
Mifflin (Wisconsin) 
Sylacauga (Alabama) 
Weston (Connecticut)
Benld (Illinois) 
New Orleans (Louisiana) 
Orlando (Florida) 
Peekskill (New York) 
Bells (Texas)
Cumberland Falls (Kentucky)
Estherville (Iowa) 
Holbrook (Arizona)
Honolulu (Hawaii) 
Johnstown (Colorado)
Lorton (Virginia) 
Lost City (Oklahoma)
Murray (Kentucky)
Noblesville (Indiana)
Norton County (Kansas)
Pena Blanca Spring (Texas)
Portales Valley (New Mexico)
Admire (Kansas) 
Albin (Wyoming)
Bonita Springs (Florida) 
Brenham (Kansas) 
Gold Basin (Arizona)
Cat Mountain (Arizona)
Coyote Dry Lake (California)
Los Angeles (California)
Deport (Texas)
Eagle Station (Kentucky) 
El Capitan (New Mexico) 
Etter (Texas) 
Franconia (Arizona)
Glorieta Mountain (New Mexico) 
Canyon Diablo (Arizona)
Odessa (Texas) 
Eagle (Nebraska)
Hebron (Nebraska)
Wilder (Idaho)
Jerome (Idaho)
Albion (Washington)
Colton (Washington)
Richardton (North Dakota) 
Williston (North Dakota)
Torrington (Wyoming)
Waltman (Wyoming)
Hot Springs (Nevada)
Tungsten Mountain (Nevada)
Quinn Canyon (Nevada)
Monroe (North Carolina)
Castalia (North Carolina)
Bishopville (South Carolina)
Baldwyn (Mississippi)
Paragould (Arkansas)
Andover - (Maine)
Grimsby (Canada)
Allende (Mexico)
Berthoud (Colorado)
Sudury (Canada)
Revelstoke (Canada)
Beaver Creek (Canada)
Dresden (Canada)
Shelburne (Canada)
Benton (Canada)
Greenwell Springs (Louisiana)
Covert (Kansas)
Drum Mountains (Utah)
Gunlock (Utah)
Emery (South Dakota)
Willamette (Oregon)
Harlowton (Montana)
Hope Creek (Alaska)
Honolulu (Hawaii)
Haviland (Kansas)
Independence (Missouri)
Lafayette (Indiana)
Klamath Falls (Oregon)
Lost City (Oklahoma)
Lake Murray (Oklahoma)
Leedey (Oklahoma)
Landes (West Virginia)
Lucerne Valley (California)
Louisville (Kentucky)
Lueders (Texas)
Milton (Missouri)
Moapa Valley (Nevada)
New Concord (Ohio)
Pasamonte (New Mexico)
Peña Blanca Spring (Texas)
Red Canyon Lake (California)
Roosevelt County (New Mexico)
Schenectady (New York)
San Juan Capistrano (California)
Smithville (Tennessee)
Success (Arkansas)
Washougal (Washington)
Tucson (Arizona)
Twodot (Montana)
Turtle River (Minnesota)
Winona (Arizona)
Worden (Michigan)