Meteorite Men

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  • 2010
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.2  (85)

"Meteorite Men" is a television series that peers into the lives of a team of two men who are meteorite prospectors. Each week whenever a meteorite has crashed in a certain rural area the hosts takes a film crew and investigates whether the meteorite contains valuable minerals or not. Some of their finds are in the collections of museums and scientific institutions in the United States. Some of the locales are not always located in North America, on a few occasions a trip down to South America can yield a terrific scientific find. In one episode the team is granted access to the munition fields of Dugway Military Base near Dugway, Utah. In the second season of "Meteorite Men" reports are investigated as far away as Australia and Europe. Each episode shows not only the meteorite find, but also the international location for the viewers at home. The third season takes the intrepid team to both Poland and Eastern Russia to find rare meteorites that are worth a fortune. On a trip to Canada the team finds the meteorite remains in the Whitecourt Crater and also some very interesting minerals. Investigating in the deserts in both California and Arizona, they find both meteorites and the remains of them to be anaylized. In three seasons alone this two man team have traveled across the globe to find some of the most rarest minerals contained in meteorites. The series can be followed on the Internet or on the show's web site that can be watch online and also videos from the three seasons that have aired on television since the year 2010. This series can be followed on Facebook.com by the members of that website to see what goes on each week with online posts. The Science Channel has created another educational hit that will surely be a modern classic. Tune in each week to see what is unearth by this team to see if the find is worthy of a scientific discovery that will go down in history.

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Pultusk
8. Pultusk
March 14, 2012
The guys travel to eastern Poland in hopes of securing a piece of one of the most famous meteorite falls in history. In 1868 the quiet town of Pultusk was showered by a storm of space rocks in one of the largest stony meteorite falls ever recorded.
Homestead
7. Homestead
March 14, 2012
In 1875 the famed "detonating space rock" exploded six times over Iowa. Forgotten for almost 150 years, the Meteorite Men setout to uncover the extraterrestrial treasure buried beneath the cornfields of Homestead, Iowa.
Sahuarita
6. Sahuarita
March 14, 2012
A hot tip sends the guys to southern Arizona in order to investigate a possible cold find. But hunting for an unknown and unclassified meteorite poses new challenges for the duo, so they recruit the help of Dr. Garvie from ASU.
Mojave
5. Mojave
December 26, 2011
A hunt for meteorites at two locations in the Mojave Desert.
Dronino
4. Dronino
December 19, 2011
Geoff and Steve travel to Russia to find one of the most rare and valuable meteorites on the planet.
Return to Whitecourt
3. Return to Whitecourt
December 12, 2011
The Meteorite Men are summoned back to Canada in a race to survey the Whitecourt Crater site and collect its extraterrestrial wonders before their scientific information is poached by illegal meteorite hunters and lost forever.
Return to Sweden
2. Return to Sweden
December 5, 2011
Geoff and Steve return to northern Sweden to try and claim another victory north of the Arctic Circle. They must endure swarms of mosquitoes and swampy terrain to recover a famed Muonionalusta iron.
Morasko
1. Morasko
November 28, 2011
5,000 years ago an enormous meteorite cascaded over Poland, scarring the landscape with seven massive craters. For the first time, Geoff and Steve receive exclusive access to investigate the magnificent Morasko crater field.
Description

"Meteorite Men" is a television series that peers into the lives of a team of two men who are meteorite prospectors. Each week whenever a meteorite has crashed in a certain rural area the hosts takes a film crew and investigates whether the meteorite contains valuable minerals or not. Some of their finds are in the collections of museums and scientific institutions in the United States. Some of the locales are not always located in North America, on a few occasions a trip down to South America can yield a terrific scientific find. In one episode the team is granted access to the munition fields of Dugway Military Base near Dugway, Utah.

In the second season of "Meteorite Men" reports are investigated as far away as Australia and Europe. Each episode shows not only the meteorite find, but also the international location for the viewers at home.

The third season takes the intrepid team to both Poland and Eastern Russia to find rare meteorites that are worth a fortune. On a trip to Canada the team finds the meteorite remains in the Whitecourt Crater and also some very interesting minerals. Investigating in the deserts in both California and Arizona, they find both meteorites and the remains of them to be anaylized.

In three seasons alone this two man team have traveled across the globe to find some of the most rarest minerals contained in meteorites. The series can be followed on the Internet or on the show's web site that can be watch online and also videos from the three seasons that have aired on television since the year 2010. This series can be followed on Facebook.com by the members of that website to see what goes on each week with online posts.

The Science Channel has created another educational hit that will surely be a modern classic. Tune in each week to see what is unearth by this team to see if the find is worthy of a scientific discovery that will go down in history.

Meteorite Men is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (23 episodes). The series first aired on January 20, 2010.

Where to Watch Meteorite Men

Meteorite Men is available for streaming on the Science Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Meteorite Men on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 20, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (85)