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NWA 2892   contributed by Solar Anamnesis   MetBul Link


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Thin slice between crossed polarizers.   H/L3

TKW 104 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2004.

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Beautiful and diverse chondrules with shock melt veins.


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Jim brady
 10/11/2017 1:25:35 AM
Pic 4 indeed- following
steve dunklee
 10/10/2017 1:59:41 PM
photos look like works of art.
Bernd Pauli
 10/10/2017 1:36:12 PM
Can anyone please specify what kind of chondrule photo #4 shows?! It's got an igneous rim but the interior does not fit into any of the categories I can think of! Thank you in advance!
Don Cracraft
 10/10/2017 1:10:00 PM
Quite a nice picture! I really enjoy these. I hope to get my polarizing microscope set up ao I can go through my thin sections. Thanks for sharing, this one is spectacular!
Paul Swartz
 10/10/2017 7:39:28 AM
The MetBul does list it as "provisional" but I went with the information at the link to Meteorites Australia.
Solar Anamnesis
 10/10/2017 7:18:12 AM
The Meteoritical Bulletin lists this as provisional with unknown classification, is this correct?
Adri*n Contreras G*mez
 10/10/2017 2:38:37 AM
Nice!!! :)
 

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