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TKW 12.6 kg. Observed fall 20 September 1950, in Calloway County, Kentucky, US.


Anne writes:
John says "A 0.5mm diameter chondrule. Skeletal olivine(?) crystals in a partially devitrified mesostasis. Thin section in plane polarized light."


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Anne Black
 4/13/2015 6:17:48 PM
Thank you Graham, Thank you Bernd. Yes, this is a very unusual chondrule. I am glad John found it, and took this great picture.
Bernd Pauli
 4/13/2015 5:23:51 AM
Wow! Someone must have lost whole bushes of (serpentine) hair! ;-) Thanks for sharing this unique photo!
Graham
 4/13/2015 2:07:20 AM
That's different...wonderful!
 

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