Q. 205.0( 2 Votes )

A meteorite burns

Answer :

When meteorite burns and reaches towards earth it passes through many layers of gases and dust undergoing frictional forces and momentum gets absorbed and comes out in in the form of heat, light and energy and hence, is conserved.


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