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Tissint   contributed by John Divelbiss   MetBul Link


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0.35 grams.   Martian (shergottite)

TKW 7 kg. Observed fall July 18, 2011, near Tata, Morocco.

   


John writes:
It is nice to appreciate [small specimens] under a loupe or stereoscope.
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Twink Monrad
 5/8/2019 10:46:31 AM
How beautiful!
John Divelbiss
 5/7/2019 5:30:52 PM
thanks everyone...stay tuned for more photos of small crusted specimens on the MPOD.
Muhammad Shamseldean (Shams) From Egypt.
 5/7/2019 7:37:07 AM
This is really a beauty. Thank you for showing us this piece of a planetary meteorite. We are looking forward to see more Martian and Lunar meteorites..
Zelimir Gabelica
 5/7/2019 5:21:01 AM
Rivulets, like on...many tektite surfaces! Really strange, precious and definitely weird meteorite. Thanks John.
Bernd Pauli
 5/7/2019 4:31:46 AM
Hi John, very glossy, black fusion crust and fresh pale-gray matrix. Those deep rivulets (furrows) are quite interesting. Thanks for sharing this martian beauty!
matthias
 5/7/2019 3:38:52 AM
Tissint with its deep black and glassy crust and the shining interior is really a beauty of a meteorite. Thanks for sharing, John.
 

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