731 views

Over 12,500 photos and growing!


  2 - March - 2020

This Month       Today's Picture       Select a Month

Submit a Picture

Where is My Picture?!

The Queue


Select by   Contributor

Met Name

Met Type

Thin Sections


Recent Comments


MISSING: 9.04 kilogram Sikhote-Alin shrapnel individual   More Info


 
Vaca Muerta   contributed by Mirko Graul, IMCA 2113   MetBul Link


Roll Overs:     #1   #2   #3    


Click the picture to view larger photos

View all entries for   Meteorite (12)   Contributor (14)


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

What is a thin section?       What do all the colors mean?    
Thin Section   Mesosiderite A-1

TKW: 3.83 metric tons. Fall not observed. Found 1861 in Antofagasta, Chile


     


Mirko writes:
Thin Section of Vaca Muerta with Rare Eucrite Inclusion.


See more interesting thin sections in my Ebay store
Click to view larger photos

Photo 1

Photo 2

Photo 3

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

 


Comment on this MPOD                      
Name
Comment

980 max length

  Please - NO Dealer Ads in the comments
but pictures from dealers are gladly accepted

Tomorrow

Limón Verde 008 TS
Timur Kryachko

This Month

F.Stephan
 3/3/2020 10:50:26 AM
Thank you. The minerals are clearly seen
Bernd Pauli
 3/2/2020 6:51:26 AM
What a colorful array of pyroxenes, olivines, and plagioclase!
 

Hosted by
Tucson Meteorites
Server date and time
1/22/2022 6:29:12 PM
Last revised
1/18/22
Terms of Use Unsubscribe