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Photos by Bill Mikuska.   Copyright (c) Bill Mikuska.

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27 grams.   L4

TKW 200 kg. Observed fall 6 September 1918, Saratovskaya oblast', Russia.

 


Bill writes:
Eye Candy: Cover-slipped Thin Section images; perhaps with uncrossed or crossed or parallel polars, perhaps with a first order compensator ( red tint) or a quarter wave plate, perhaps with reflected light or both reflected and transmitted light, or other permutations. Have fun figuring them out!

Trick or Treat - some images have "skulls" looking at you.
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Solar Anamnesis
 10/31/2018 9:41:38 PM
beautiful photos of interesting material!
John Divelbiss
 10/31/2018 3:05:38 PM
nice work Bill...thin sections are always fun. I've been recently reviewing the "Atlas" from Marvin Kilgore/Lauretta and comparing to similar thin sections I have.
Anne Black
 10/31/2018 11:42:31 AM
All kinds of things in that thin-section! Thanks Bill.
Stephen Amara
 10/31/2018 3:11:03 AM
Very beautiful imagery of this chondrites!! Thank you for sharing and happy Halloween!!!
 

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