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Unclassified   contributed by Bernd Pauli   MetBul Link
 


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16.91 grams.   unclassified

TKW 40 grams.


Bernd writes:
Here is an unclassified, 50% crusted half individual. The seller who I bought it from in 2007 says its TKW is 40 grams. It has a glossy fusion crust with numerous contraction cracks and slightly resembles NWA 1109. I detected several minute, metallic patches and the fusion crust is porous in some places.


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Muhammad Shams From Egypt-IMCA # 9774
 4/1/2020 11:05:56 AM
Hello Bernd: A Nice Meteorite. To me it still looks like a Howardite. Good luck. I hope you find a Martian soon. Best regards, Shams.
Beat Booz
 3/25/2020 3:51:53 PM
Nice piece from Vesta!
Michael Mulgrew
 3/25/2020 11:39:41 AM
Lovely stone, Bernd, great crust.
John Divelbiss
 3/25/2020 9:39:05 AM
Bernd...nice specimen. NWA 1109 had many looks from a rusty brownish-yellow to a stunning, almost white appearance w/darker fragments. This specimen seems to have a range of the looks I've seen for NWA 1109.
Bernd Pauli
 3/25/2020 8:53:40 AM
Yes, Graham, I do. I don't think it is a howardite.
Graham Ensor
 3/25/2020 7:50:27 AM
Nice...you think eucrite then?
 

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