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Denis Gourgues
 4/28/2020 6:16:57 PM
I think it's a New type of Achondrite... She's crazy !!!
Paladino vincenzino
 4/7/2020 9:10:04 AM
thanks SAID for your opinion, this specimen intrigues me more and more
Said Yousfi
 4/7/2020 7:44:29 AM
Nice piece, in my opinion it's a primitive achondrite meteorite.probaly Winonaite.
Paladino vincenzino
 4/5/2020 3:48:16 PM
thanks ken, i still looked under the microscope today, the meteorite is very rich in olivine. the forward part is really full
Ken Regelman
 4/5/2020 3:24:04 PM
Get it tested from a very thins slice , Find out what it is first . Then decide what to do . Fantastic meteorite. I don't think it is a urelite but is very special . Test 1st before cutting !!!!
Paladino vincenzino
 4/5/2020 1:48:59 PM
thanks Andi of your opinion, I appreciate it very much
Andi Koppelt
 4/5/2020 1:39:13 PM
Maybe even angrite? Yes, I think there is a chance, so worth cutting.
Paladino vincenzino
 4/5/2020 7:13:21 AM
Urelite was our first idea
Dirk Hohmann
 4/5/2020 5:07:13 AM
Could be a Ureilite maybe.
Michael Mulgrew
 4/4/2020 3:56:43 PM
Fascinating.
DavidDup
 4/4/2020 3:49:34 PM
Thanks for the post!
Paladino vincenzino
 4/4/2020 3:47:51 PM
Andi then you think it is worth cutting it?
Andi Koppelt
 4/4/2020 3:26:20 PM
Very magnetic? Strange. Always a problem to cut 20 percent for classification from a little beauty meteorite with less than 100g. But in this case I*d do it.
Paladino vincenzino
 4/4/2020 11:46:25 AM
it is very magnetic, especially the right side
Bernd Pauli
 4/4/2020 11:26:30 AM
Yes, those bright green chromium-rich pyroxenes we see in Katol ... but if achondritic we are maybe looking at a diogenite - just think of Johnstown!
Paladino vincenzino
 4/4/2020 10:25:02 AM
thanks Andi of your opinion, it is certainly a very intriguing specimen
Andi Koppelt
 4/4/2020 10:15:57 AM
I*d guess some kind of achondrite, not a chondrite. But since Katol and its apple green crystals, nobody knows...
Paladino vincenzino
 4/4/2020 8:05:42 AM
thank you all it is one of my most beautiful oriented. I have often looked at it under a microscope, and all these crystals (especially the part behind the photo 5 and 6) are magnificent. I wonder what kind of meteorite is it?
Graham Ensor
 4/4/2020 4:33:37 AM
Lovely oriemtation on that one.
Bernd Pauli
 4/4/2020 4:17:49 AM
Flight-oriented shield ... fantastic!
Peter Marmet
 4/4/2020 3:44:51 AM
Super! Incroyable! F*licitations, Enzo!
 

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