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New Concord   contributed by Jim Strope, IMCA 9001   MetBul Link
 

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Photos by Jim Strope.   Photo Copyright (c) Jim Strope.
136.1 gram full slice.   L6

TKW 230 kg. Observed fall 1 May 1860 in eastern Ohio.


Jim writes:
I took the main mass photo at Marietta College when I went to see the meteorite. The other two pieces are in my collection.

In addition, here is a webpage that I put together with photos from Marietta College in Ohio where the main mass is housed.


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

 


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John Divelbiss
 5/1/2019 9:26:13 AM
Impressive meteorites Jim. The 46.8 kG individual on your webpage is huge for a typical chondrite. Thanks for sharing.
Twink Monrad
 5/1/2019 6:49:58 AM
What a way to celebrate May Day by witnessing a fall!
 

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