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2021 Fall Date Project

The MPOD Caretakers want to present meteorite falls on their fall dates. For example, Sikhote Aline on 12 February.

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Zaoyang   contributed by Jnmczurich, IMCA 2391   MetBul Link


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Find/Fall Anniversary
41.8 grams.   H5

TKW 14.25 kg. Observed fall 18 October 1984, Zaoyang, Hubei, Zaoyang Co., China.


 


Jnmczurich writes:
A fireball was seen traveling from SW to NE and a single mass of 14.15 kg was recovered, Met. Bull. 65, Meteoritics, 1987, 22, p. 162. H5 chondrite, S4, Fa 18.3, Fs 16.1, Fetot 28.3%

Superb fresh fragment with large polished face, 41.8 g, university trade 2008

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

 


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Wang D. et al. (1986) Petrology of nine ordinary chondrite falls from China (Meteoritics 22-1, 1987, 97-104): Zaoyang is completely unweathered; it has a moderately recrystallized texture, but chondrules are still readily delineated. Silicate grains are fractured and exhibit undulose extinction; however, maskelynite is absent.
 

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