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Clarendon (c)   contributed by Suzanne Morrison, IMCA 5146   MetBul Link


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Copyright (c) Suzanne Morrison, Backcountry Photography.
353.8 grams.   L4

TKW 377 kg. Fall not observed. Found 2015, Texas, USA.


Suzanne writes:
The Clarendon (c) main mass, of 760 pounds, now resides in the TCU collection. It is the largest stone meteorite to ever come out of Texas and is believed to be the second largest stone found in the US.


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

 


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Terry Hinson
 11/19/2020 7:49:50 AM
Another animal related find. Frank Hommel's horse Samson. Nice piece.
Bernd Pauli
 11/19/2020 6:46:46 AM
GARCIA R. (2016) Clarendon (c): Meteorite Find of a Lifetime (S&T, 2016, Nov 22).
Twink Monrad
 11/19/2020 5:56:03 AM
Now that would have been a fun one to find!
Mirko Graul
 11/19/2020 3:34:03 AM
Nice piece Suzanne!
 

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