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Clarendon   contributed by Mirko Graul, IMCA 2113   MetBul Link
 


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Photos by Mirko Graul.   Copyright (c) Mirko Graul.

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353.8 grams.   L4

TKW 377 kg. Fall not observed. Found 2015, Texas, USA.

 


Mirko writes:
A large 5mm Barred Olivine Chondrule in "fishbone style" in a Thin Section, handmade by Mirko Graul.


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Found at the arrow (green or red) on the map below

 


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John Divelbiss
 2/18/2020 12:29:07 PM
Mirko...very nice is what we all think I'm sure. The chondrule could be described as a "Tiger-chondrule".
 

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