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Holbrook   contributed by Jansen Lyons, IMCA 7039   MetBul Link

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Photos by Jansen Lyons.   Copyright (c) Jansen Lyons. All rights reserved..
0.4 grams.   L/LL6

TKW 220 kg. Observed fall on July 19, 1912, in Holbrook, Arizona, USA., about 100 kilometers from Meteor Crater, as the meteorite flies.


Jansen writes:
This little "Pea" was discovered on a hunt in the Holbrook area in September 2016, along with several other small "Peas" and fragments. Excellently preserved fusion crust, even in a moisture rich environment. Notice the speckles of rust from small metal fleks. 105 years on Earth.

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Michael Mulgrew
 9/4/2017 7:24:08 PM
A perfect Holbrook pea, congrats!
Ben Fisler
 9/4/2017 8:23:15 AM
Cute piece of Holbrook "black rain".
Ben Fisler
 9/3/2017 9:47:08 AM
Cute piece of Holbrook "black rain".
Wilford Krantz
 9/3/2017 7:05:22 AM
Sweet Pea :)
Bernd Pauli
 9/3/2017 4:09:07 AM
Nice little Holbrook pea with excellent crust in spite of the rusty specks! Thanks for sharing with the community!
John Hope
 9/3/2017 12:50:03 AM
What a great find Jansen,good on you and thanks very much for photo's.

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