11/9/2014 4:39:15 AM
|Publication following the cited abstract is under way. For sure it's fully melted impact glass that have flown sufficiently far (>10 km?) from their impact site to get splash-formed and dispersed over large surfaces (more than Irghizite). Following Koeberl's paper it's a matter of rather arbitrary threshold to name irghizites tektite or not. So let's say we are going on questioning this threshold. Macroscopically, it has all characteristics of tektites.
11/8/2014 6:23:45 PM
|Now that is a discovery! Good work. Are they confirmed tektites?
11/7/2014 12:28:04 PM
Beautiful year-drop shape. Esta "suthe del Sol".