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Santiago Papasquiero   contributed by Anne Black, IMCA 2356   MetBul Link

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521.1 gram part slice.   Iron, ungrouped

TKW 119.5 kg. Fall not observed. Found approximately 1958, 133 km southwest of the village of Santiago Papasquie­ro, Durango, Mexico.


Anne writes:
Ungrouped iron, formerly classified as Ataxite.

Found in 1958 in the State of Durango, Mexico. Recognized as a meteorite in 1964 when the whole mass was acquired by Arizona State University.

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Paul Swartz
 5/31/2022 6:21:26 PM
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Andi Koppelt
 5/31/2022 10:53:21 AM
This should be etched. It shows an interesting etch: Very unique, bright with very fine pattern. Looks like fine 250 grain grinding paper.
Scott McGregor
 5/31/2022 10:16:26 AM
A fine axe blade!

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