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NWA 1839   contributed by John Divelbiss   MetBul Link


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0.12 gram slice. 13 x 5 mm.   L7

TKW 121.8 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2003, Morocco.

      StarCatching


John writes:
This is a wafer thin slice (of NWA 1839 that I purchased from Nelson Oakes, also of Pennsylvania. This super nice NWA 1839 meteorite was called an ungrouped achondrite, then it was called a Metachondrite CO-related.

Recently a similar meteorite, NWA 3133 and pairings, went from Metachondrite CR-related to a CR7, and now maybe even CR8!

Curious if NWA 1839 will finally settle in as a pairing once and for all to the others as a CR7/8. Or maybe it is a C07 or 8, which would be OK too. :/

The last photo is a comparative photo with an end cut of NWA 3133...maybe it is obvious??
 


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Jonathan Ospina
 7/1/2019 12:38:54 PM
good piece, congratulations, and on the comparison photo for me are the same!
John Divelbiss
 7/1/2019 6:55:19 AM
right, I forgot...METBul stillllll has L7, I guess I read too much of the information that is out there, or what is written on the Meteorite Studies site.
 

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