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Millbillillie   contributed by Al Mitterling   MetBul Link

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360 grams.   Eucrite-mmict

TKW 330 kg. Observed fall October 1960. Millbillillie and Jundee Stations, Wiluna district, Western Australia.


Al Mitterling writes:
This is a great specimen and shows roughly half and half black fusion crust and half with the reddish clay covering the rest of the specimen.

Purchased this off a friend who had bought it off Robert Haag. Unique as it doesn't have any cut surfaces looking for possible lunar related to Calcalong Creek. Meteorite displays nice flight Characteristics.
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 8/13/2018 4:17:03 PM
That's a wonderful specimen. Wow!
Jim Strope
 8/9/2018 12:46:17 PM
That is a fantastic piece!!!
Dr. Mike Reynolds
 8/9/2018 5:14:18 AM
Another beauty and "keeper," Al! I love the exterior red clay and fusion crust. A nice classic mix.

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