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from 7 December 2014

 
JAH 766   contributed by Runar Sandnes   MetBul Link

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Photo by Runar Sandnes.   Copyright (c) Runar Sandnes..
This is the main mass, weighing 57.86 grams. 4.5 cm long.   L4

TKW 73 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2011, Al Wusta, Oman.


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John Divelbiss
 12/7/2018 2:27:08 PM
desert chondrites... seems like there is an never ending source of these stones and most are unclassified. I enjoy them/cut-polish them/etc. but I wonder how they will be perceived/described in the future, if unclassified, when I'm gone. Stone Chondrite Meteorite from desert, possible L4, etc. ??
 

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