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Thin section between crossed polarizers.   Martian (shergottite)

TKW 698 grams. Fall not observed. Recognized as a meteorite 30 October 1999.

From the MetBul:
Two stones, weighing 452.6 and 245.4 g, respectively, were found by Bob Verish in his backyard while he was cleaning out a box of rocks that was part of his rock collection. The specimens may have been collected ~ 20 years ago in the Mojave Desert.

Note: one may encounter references to the two masses as Los Angeles 001 and 002, or stone no. 1 and stone no. 2, respectively; these are unofficial designations.

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Solar writes:
Nice looking thin section of this rare meteorite displaying colorful geometric grains and other, completely black ones.


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Paul Swartz
 8/21/2018 1:15:16 PM
Thank you, John. Fixed.
John Divelbiss
 8/21/2018 12:33:12 PM
Thank you Solar...beautiful photos of the American "dream" finds. BTW Paul...the MetBul reference is not for Los Angeles but for a meteorite called Loop (c)...a chondrite.
 

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