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MISSING: 9.04 kilogram Sikhote-Alin shrapnel individual   More Info


 
Spheres IV   contributed by David Deyarmin, IMCA 9142   MetBul Link


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David has added several more 50mm spheres to his collection since its last MPOD appearance on 10/19/17

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Anton Artemev
 7/20/2018 6:09:10 PM
COOL!!!!!!!
David Deyarmin
 7/14/2018 11:44:06 PM
Thank you all for the kind comments. I would love to have a Carbonaceous chondrite in my collection but I am a man of modest means and I don't think there an affordable option will come available. However, I never thought I would get a Mesosiderite or Sikhote Alin sphere either. If anyone has a large Carbonaceous chondrite whole specimen they need processed I will work for material, or at least a discount on it in some cases :)
Matthias
 7/14/2018 6:34:25 PM
Anne, I agree absolutely with you. On the other side ... Difficult to explain. I must confess that this series of mini-planets is fascinating indeed. The standarized form and format makes the different kinds of matter even more singular. Not my style, but I can't withdraw from the evidence of these spheres.
John Divelbiss
 7/13/2018 3:39:30 PM
you too only have one person's opinion Ann... most of these named/defined materials have more than enough rock to go around, and to also waste if someone want to buy enough and chooses to. David always sell his scraps too...not tossed in the trash. I know another statement/request that folks like to say: "all NWA's should be classified!"... which is not going to happen, and just another noble but unfeasible thought.
Anne Black
 7/13/2018 1:28:24 PM
Sorry guys, I'll have to disagree with all of you. All I see is all the meteorite pieces that were cut off, grinded of. Wasted.
John Divelbiss
 7/13/2018 12:42:11 PM
A to Z...complete in one sense. :/ Nice to see another photo of a "brick" meteorite(Nininger museum), which to me has the look of a gas giant planet in this lineup. Great stuff David!!
Jim Strope
 7/13/2018 11:03:41 AM
Just WOW!!!
David
 7/13/2018 10:21:24 AM
Awesome!
Andrew Abraham
 7/13/2018 8:14:46 AM
Very nice, David! What is next?
Stephen Amara
 7/13/2018 4:34:01 AM
WOW, absolutely stunning David!!! Your collection is out of this world!! We need to find you a CB2!!
 

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