Well you could say............ I hate magnetism (:
There is some speculation that a meteorite may have brought down TWA Flight 800, though this has not been confirmed. An NTSB report estimates that the chances of a meteorite penetrating the hull of a domestic aircraft over the U.S. are once every 59,000-77,000 years. The full report can be found here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance/teaching_aids/books_articles/Cassidy.pdf
Heating a bar magnet could reduce its magnetism because the heat, by raising the energy level in the metal, disorients the atoms, which disrupts the magnetism.
Damage done by a meteorite can vary depending on size. A large enough meteorite could cause large mammals to go extinct, a large meteorite could also leave a giant impact crater or destroy infrastructure, small meteorites may do no damage at all.
If the meteorite is large enough it would knock enough dust into the air to freeze the world. The dust could block out the sunlight.
Most of the gold in the middle east around 1000 a.d. Came from a meteorite.
On the first airplane one or to could fly on it.
It could perhaps be called an asteroid.
Magnetism could be used to sort cans by metallic state or not. (Steel would be attracted to the magnet, while aluminum would not, for instance.)
No, it is a noun. It could be the object of a preposition, as in "on an airplane."
Magnetism will reduce to some residual level of magnetism when current is reduced to zero. Residual magnetism could be zero, but not necessarily so.
Magnetism. They are magnetic storms.
Many meteorite are filled with rare earth metals, or other valuables like platinum or iridium. If you got hit by one, you could be rich if you survived.
A shuttle could be, in theory but it is much more likely to be hit by a micrometeorite.
Magnetic rocks have varying degrees of power. The magnetism could be visible by its pull on a few iron filings, or in the fact that it picks them all up.
Yields, when used in math, means that it gives that answer. For example, if you have 2+2=4 (I know it's really easy but it's just an example) you could say that the problem 2+2 yields 4.
A female airplane pilot is simply a pilot. She could be a Captain.
It could fly conventionally and hover
You don't have to be an astronaut to walk on a meteorite. A meteorite is a piece of rock or metal from space that has fallen to Earth, so anyone who can walk could potentially walk or step on a meteorite. Such a piece of rock or metal in space is called a meteoroid or asteroid depending on the size. Even the largest asteroids have much weaker gravity than Earth does, so walking would be difficult if not impossible as a single step could launch you at least several feet off the ground.