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DAG 1040   contributed by Jeffery Hodges   MetBul Link

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Photo by Jeffery Hodges.   Copyright (c) Jeffery Hodges.

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Thin section in cross-polarized light.   CV3

TKW 781 grams. Fall not observed. Found 21 May 2001 in the desert of Dar al Gani.

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Clio Laplace
 1/12/2015 5:19:08 PM
Oooh! That's gorgeous. Does it come as a tank top?
BK
 1/12/2015 4:20:57 PM
Man Rick Bob, I thought you had painted this one! BO grains at 120 degrees. Outstanding!
Richard "Rick Bob" Montgomery
 1/12/2015 10:57:05 AM
OUTSTANDING!!!!!
Ray Watts
 1/12/2015 6:24:02 AM
But a very interesting B.O. chondrule as the bars are at 3 different angles /
Dr. Mike Reynolds
 1/12/2015 5:58:20 AM
Great thin section and photograph. too. I concur with Ray that this is a barred olivine chondrule. Did we pass the test?
Ray Watts
 1/12/2015 5:49:48 AM
Awesome photography / Im guessing a barred olivine chondrule .
Graham
 1/12/2015 5:40:20 AM
Wow!...now that's a beauty....anyone care to explain what is happening in this one?
 

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