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NWA 2900   contributed by Alexander Seidel   MetBul Link

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Copyright (c) Alexander Seidel, Germany.
50.277 grams.   CV3

TKW 1375 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2004.

 


Alexander writes:
Now this is a textbook example of a CV3-type carbonaceous chondrite, very "busy", including up to cm-sized dark and lighter colored inclusions, CAIs, mineral fragments, and composed of large chondrules in a grayish matrix. I bought this slice (mass 50.277 g, scale cube is 1 cm size) way back in 2009, and it has been in one of my display cabinets ever since. You can learn quite a lot from itīs texture, thatīs why I like this goodie.


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Alexander Seidel
 2/13/2020 12:52:20 AM
The dark area is devoid of chondrules, but you can see some very small brighter spots there which may be small mineral fragments.
Tracy Latimer
 2/12/2020 12:45:27 PM
That is undoubtedly one of the large inclusions...
Bernd Pauli
 2/12/2020 12:05:28 PM
What first caught my eye is the absolutely featureless area in the upper left corner which is totally devoid of chondrules!
AL Mitterling
 2/12/2020 3:51:14 AM
Hi Alexander and all, Beautiful piece for sure. I like a busy matrix in specimens and this is an excellent example of a great meteorite. Best always!
Kally Wombacher
 2/12/2020 3:08:32 AM
Chodrulicious!
 

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