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Clarendon (c)   contributed by Suzanne Morrison, IMCA 5146   MetBul Link

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353.8 grams.   L4

TKW 377 kg. Fall not observed. Found 2015, Texas, USA.

Suzanne writes:
The Clarendon (c) main mass, of 760 pounds, now resides in the TCU collection. It is the largest stone meteorite to ever come out of Texas and is believed to be the second largest stone found in the US.

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John Divelbiss
 11/19/2016 11:42:01 PM
I believe the claim for Clarendon is second largest individual stony meteorite main mass for US. Nice pictures of a sample of this 'new' chondrite.
Anne Black
 11/19/2016 6:41:25 PM
According to the Met. Bulletin, there is also: Etter - 450kg, Long Island - 564kg, Plainview - 700kg, in addition to Paragould - 408kg and Norton Co. - 1.1ton. And Hugoton is not far behind at 350kg. So, no, certainly not the 2nd largest for the US.
 11/19/2016 9:55:27 AM
Thank you Suzanne! At least, the 20th Century fall Paragould, Arkansas and of course, Norton County, Kansas have heavier main mass stones! But as Bernd commented this is in a remarkable state of preservation
Bernd Pauli
 11/19/2016 9:15:38 AM
Nice shallow thumbprints and dark-looking crust. Amazing after having been exposed to the elements for such a long time!

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