Geoff’s dream comes true during this second Chile episode when the guys find their way to the Atacama Desert’s remote and rarely visited Monturaqui Crater, and camp overnight on the floor of the stunning 100,000 year-old impact site. After a personal tour of the spectacular mountaintop telescopes at the European Southern Observatory in Paranal, the guys throw down with the puzzling San Juan strewnfield — a site that seems to have produced more meteorites per square mile than any other location on Earth.
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