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Berthoud   contributed by Anne Black, IMCA 2356   MetBul Link


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Thin section in cross polarized light.   Eucrite-mmict

TKW 960 grams. Observed fall 5 October 2004, Weld County, Colorado, USA.


Anne writes:
Monomict Eucrite with unusually thick and bubbly crust. Fell in a horse paddock in Berthoud, north of Denver.


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Found at the arrow (green or red) on the map below

 


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Michael Hofmann
 10/12/2015 12:38:30 AM
Great "new sight" of crust... great photo!
Anne Black
 10/10/2015 7:20:02 PM
Thanks all, nice you like it! (anybody sending pictures yet????)
John Divelibss
 10/10/2015 9:01:08 AM
nice "frozen" image of a rock trying to liquify from the outside in. As usual, great shot of the frothy crust John K.
Dr. Mike Reynolds
 10/10/2015 7:45:43 AM
Beautifully-prepared thin section, Anne. This is the type of TS that gets my blood pumping!
Ian Macleod
 10/10/2015 3:33:40 AM
nice bubbly fusion crust!
Graham Macleod
 10/10/2015 3:27:00 AM
Excellent TS of the Berthoud! At first you could mistake the crust bubbles for Chondrules? Great history and the link is excellent.
 

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