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Bensour   contributed by Paul Swartz, IMCA 5204   MetBul Link


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1.8 grams.   LL6

TKW 45 kg. Possibly an observed fall* 11 February 2002, in Morocco.

* The MetBul states:
Eyewitness accounts from several nomads in the border region of Morocco and Algeria attest to a significant fall of many individual stones on February 11, 2002. However these reports are not detailed.

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 7/26/2016 9:19:30 AM
Very interesting to contemplate the nature of surface/substrate heating during atmospheric passage when studying the uneven thickness of the fusion crust around the entire cross section of the specimen. Great presentation, thanks!
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 7/26/2016 5:34:14 AM
One spectacular Bensour! So much 'going on' with this specimen ...
 

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