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5.7 grams.   Unclassified

TKW 2808 grams. Fall not observed. Found April 2017, Morocco.


Jonathan writes:
Appears to be Lunar (feldsp. breccia)


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Denis Gourgues
 9/26/2019 1:44:17 AM
A lunar is for sure!!....
Jonathan Ospina
 9/23/2019 10:28:26 AM
I have several tens of grams of meteorites analyzed and confirmed (11228, 11273, 11303, 11266) but a second batch of lunar meteorites I did not analyze them, I wanted to leave them as xxx, since they are from the same source and area, these xxx are going to Stay in my private collection. in total I have about 25g if classified, and another 40g not classified
Andi Koppelt
 9/22/2019 4:22:17 PM
"Appears to be" was suppelemted later in the description above. Acceptable. Thank you, Jonathan. :-)
Jonathan Ospina
 9/22/2019 11:41:38 AM
I have several tens of grams of meteorites analyzed and confirmed (11228, 11273, 11303, 11266) but a second batch of lunar meteorites I did not analyze them, I wanted to leave them as xxx, since they are from the same source and area, these xxx are going to Stay in my private collection. in total I have about 25g if classified, and another 40g not classified
رضوان
 9/22/2019 11:32:50 AM
I have it like this
Kenneth Regelman
 9/22/2019 9:34:07 AM
Nice specimen Looks like the same Lunar that they found over 300 hundred kilos of !
Andi Koppelt
 9/22/2019 1:09:21 AM
Why "Lunar (feldsp. breccia)"? It is not classified.
 
 


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