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NWA 10299   contributed by Jean-Michel Masson, IMCA 9234   MetBul Link
 


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Photo Copyright (c) Jean-Michel Masson.
6.1 grams.   Martian (shergottite)

TKW 339 grams. Fall not observed. Found 2015.

Jean-Michel writes:
My slice of shergottite diabasic NWA 10299 paired to NWA 8657


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Ian Macleod
 11/23/2015 2:43:05 AM
Nice! Looks like Shock vesicles where the material has turned to gas?
Graham Macleod
 11/22/2015 6:43:48 PM
A good sized piece of Mars Jean-Michel, The detail is great and the matrix is cool1 Cheers
John Divelbiss
 11/22/2015 2:19:42 PM
unique weathered texture gives this material a nice color. very cool.
John Lutzon
 11/22/2015 12:31:09 PM
Very nice Jean-Michel, thank you.
David Hass
 11/22/2015 7:56:33 AM
Beautiful!
Dr. Mike Reynolds
 11/22/2015 7:53:11 AM
Thanks for sharing this... Like Graham, I also noted the vesicles. Very interesting!
Graham
 11/22/2015 4:31:40 AM
Very interesting sample Jean-Michel...are vesicles from Terrestrial weathering or other....any studies about this?
 

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