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Gladstone   contributed by Anne Black, IMCA 2356   MetBul Link


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TS photo by John Kashuba.   Copyright (c) IMPACTIKA.com.
26.2g part slice and a thin section.   H4

TKW 57.3 kg. Fall not observed. Found 1936, Union County, New Mexico, USA.


Anne writes:
Thin-section acquired from ASU shows opaque inclusion with crystalline elements.


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Anne Black
 11/29/2016 3:15:23 PM
Glad you all like it. A "special bag" Graham? No, not really, it is an ordinary chondrite, but a nice one with a pedigree, just like I like them.
Graham
 11/29/2016 12:09:17 PM
Nice...Have you got a special bag for it? ;-)
John Divelbiss
 11/29/2016 9:29:20 AM
Nicely darkened H4 !!! metal rich for sure
MexicoDoug
 11/29/2016 1:53:01 AM
Nininger took pride in getting the last word im post-mortum over G. Merrill, who dissuaded Nininger from systematically searching lands for meteorites in hopes of finding them, and stating they were much more common that scientists thought. Gladstone was the result at the beginning of Nininger's "meteorite survey" financed on a shoestring budget. A 100 pound stone was found by an astute farmer "who had the privilege of seeing" Nininger's specially designed field exhibit on recognizing meteorites.
Herbert
 11/29/2016 1:42:23 AM
Thanks, Anne. I'm glad you showed us this stone named Galdstone. :)
John Hope
 11/29/2016 1:15:17 AM
Thanks Anne for the photo's of a top part slice.
 

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