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Norton County   contributed by Robert Haag   MetBul Link

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889 grams.   Aubrite

TKW 1.1 tons (1000 kg). Observed fall February 18, 1948, near Norton, Kansas, USA.

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Anne Black
 6/4/2023 3:54:02 PM
Yes, thank you for offering us a piece a cake.
John Lutzon
 6/4/2023 3:04:51 PM
Nice vesicular remnant icing at that. I'll have a slice of the famous Gold Basin cake (TM). Thank you Robert for another great specimen.
John Divelbiss
 6/4/2023 12:43:58 PM
fossilized piece of cake with icing...can't be a meteorite :/
 6/4/2023 3:24:39 AM
... sharing.
 6/4/2023 3:23:08 AM
As usual, Bob: much bigger as normally seen and absolutely exceptional: Norton County, nearly 1 kg, at least one side covered with a light melting crust. Never sawn something like that before.sharing. Thanks for

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