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NWA 4440   contributed by Bernd Pauli   MetBul Link
 

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  H4

TKW 403 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2005.

 


Bernd writes:
NWA 4440 is a shock-darkened, very chondrule-rich H4 chondrite. Most chondrules are small but the 4.87 gram slice has two relatively large, grayish chondrules. It is a bit less chondrule-rich than the 5.63 gram endcut.


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