Hi,

    I wasn't gonna say it, but... Add me to the
Muong-Nong Heretic List. I would guess that
the layering planes are more or less parallel to Top
and Bottom as indicated by the cube, and seem
most visible in the lefthand shadowed side of the
Angle 1 photo.
    The horror is that the only way to be sure is to
damage the item, I suspect.

Sterling K. Webb
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Norm Lehrman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Michael L Blood" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; "Meteorite List" 
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Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 7:39 PM
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] The Biggest Tektite?


Michael,

This may be heresy, but the broad rounded grooves and
tiny pits look Muong-Nongy to me.  3 kilos is a
MONSTERous departure from any splashform known.  Give
it a close look.  Not all Muong Nongs are
conspicuously layered---

I betting Muong Nong.

Cheers,
Norm
http://Tektitesource.com


--- Michael L Blood <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> As per requests I have put up some photos of my
> 3,255.6g Indochinite Tektite.
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> Those interested can have a look see at:
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> I believe it is only one of the largest 5 in the
> world - but I
> think it may be the one in best ("flawless")
> condition of those 5.
>         Best wishes, Michael
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