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MISSING: 9.04 kilogram Sikhote-Alin shrapnel individual   More Info


 
Itqiy   contributed by Roberto Vargas, IMCA 5746   MetBul Link


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4.22 grams.   EH7-an

TKW 4.72 kg. Observed fall, sort of, 1990 plus-or-minus one year, Saguia el Hamra, Western Sahara.

This is the only meteorite with this classification.

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

 


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Paladino vincenzino
 12/24/2019 4:19:34 PM
fantastic meteorite. For the moment it is not in my collection, I hope that one day I will have a copy too. thanks for the photos ROBERTO
Tracy Latimer
 12/24/2019 2:48:01 PM
One of my most favoritest meteorites! Thanks for lovely pictures.
Anne Black
 12/24/2019 2:20:20 PM
As far as I know, it is pronounced just like it is written: it-kee.
Paul Swartz
 12/24/2019 8:39:01 AM
How does one pronounce 'Itqiy'?
Bernd Pauli
 12/24/2019 6:49:51 AM
Triple junctions galore! Beautiful! Merry Xmas everybody!
matthias
 12/24/2019 4:32:23 AM
And a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year for all MPODoists out there.
matthias
 12/24/2019 4:31:08 AM
That's the spirit: a sparkling Christmas tree. Itqiy is simply a beauty.
 

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