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Gold Basin   contributed by Twink Monrad, IMCA 9454   MetBul Link

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Copyright (c) Photo by Katherine Rambo.
60 grams. 40 x 40 mm.   L4

TKW 61 kg as of November 1997. Fall not observed. Found 24 November 1995, near White Hills, Arizona, USA.

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

 


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Robert Verish
 7/9/2016 2:04:15 PM
Bonne question , MOHAMED . Cette pierre d'impact de l'atmosph*re et la surface du d*sert il y a 12.000 ans . Il est difficile de savoir ce qui est arriv* * cette pierre dans tout ce temps . S'il vous pla*t voir les MPOD Commentaires pour le Basin Gold le 8 Juillet, 2016 et s'il vous pla*t excuser mon fran*ais .
MOHAMED
 7/6/2016 12:50:38 PM
Bonsoir J'aurais bien aimer voir toutes les faces est-ce-possible Questions: est elle juste fissur* comme vus sur la photo ou alors vraiment disloqu* l'ors de l'impact? Merci pour l'illustration. Cordialement
Michael Mulgrew
 7/6/2016 10:57:32 AM
Bernd, after swinging a detector out there all day and digging up hot rocks, crust or not you'll know a GB chondrite when you find one! :) Nice one, Twink.
Graham
 7/6/2016 5:17:12 AM
Nice one Twink...will always treasure the pieces you generously gave me on my visit :-)
Twink Monrad
 7/6/2016 4:34:52 AM
Visually, yes, but it sings loudly when the metal detector is waved over it!! Glad to share the Gold Basin memories.
Bernd Pauli
 7/6/2016 3:46:12 AM
Fortunately there is some fusion crust left. Otherwise it would have been hard to determine visually that it is a meteorite. Thanks for sharing, Twink!
 

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