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Knyahinya   contributed by Hanno Strufe, IMCA 4267   MetBul Link

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TKW 500 kg. Observed fall June 9, 1866, in the Ukraine.


 


Hanno writes:
From my recent trip to the Museum in Paris.


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Wilford Krantz
 2/3/2018 6:48:44 PM
It looks like there are some saw cuts and a rectangular hole at the upper-right. 'Sup wit' dat?
Stephen Amara
 2/3/2018 5:46:40 AM
Yeah what a stunner for sure!!
John Divelbiss
 2/3/2018 4:47:11 AM
I recall M Farmer has/had several of these individuals. And yes many of the "scoops" I mentioned are just popped chondrules. Thanks Hanno
John Divelbiss
 2/3/2018 4:42:04 AM
Wow! that is a wonderful looking stone. The surface of this Fall's individuals is somewhat unique with its' "little scoops" showing on the crusted surface.
 

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