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NWA 2622   contributed by Bernd Pauli   MetBul Link
 

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16.4 gram polished end cut.   LL4

TKW 827 grams. Fall not observed. Purchased 2004, Erfoud, Morocco.

   


Bernd writes:
LL4; S3-5; W2

An LL4 chondrite that looks more like an LL3 than an LL4 chondrite because it features a multitude of closely packed, mostly small, oval chondrules (and chondrule fragments) but also some quite large ones.

I purchased this Hot Desert beauty from Greg Hupé in 2004.


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Kally Wombacher
 4/16/2018 1:55:49 AM
I especially like chondrites with a dark matrix, because the variety of the chondrules can be clearly seen even with the naked eye.
Meteorites Australia
 4/16/2018 1:41:20 AM
It might be many years down the track but I remember this one well Bernd. Such a beautiful meteorite!
John Hope
 4/16/2018 1:07:52 AM
Absolutely amazing piece,unbelievable detailed picture Bernd.
 
 


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