8.1 gram partly crusted impact melt individual. LL5
TKW 1 ton. Observed fall 15 February 2013, in Chelyabinskaya oblast’, Russia.
From the MetBul:
A significant portion (1/3) of the stones consist of a dark, fine-grained impact melt containing mineral and chondrule fragments.
The melt was not caused by impact with Earth. It formed in ancient collisions in space.
A good description of the Chelyabinsk fall and of this impact melt can be found at www.universetoday.com
This 8.1 gram partly crusted individual of an impact melt Chelyabinsk with a "nose-bridge" formation including a nice hole in it. It appears some softer materials melted out at the last moment.
Looks like a Stingray head to me. Enjoy this unique piece.