Hi Michael and all, Probably impossibe. TKW: 13 grams. Main mass of 8 grams at State Museum of New York at Albany. Has remained there intact for 150 years.
Cheers, Frank --- On Tue, 2/24/09, Michael Blood <mlbl...@cox.net> wrote: > From: Michael Blood <mlbl...@cox.net> > Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite Finding Dog of Bethlehem > To: "Jeff Kuyken" <i...@meteorites.com.au>, meteoritem...@yahoo.com, "Frank > Cressy" <fcre...@prodigy.net>, "Meteorite List" > <email@example.com>, "Walter Branch" > <waltbra...@bellsouth.net> > Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2009, 4:04 AM > Anyone know of anyone selling any Bthlehem, NY? > Cotact off list please - thanks, Michael > > > > >> > >> ----- Original > > Message ----- From: "Frank Cressy" > >> <fcre...@prodigy.net> > >> To: > > <Meteoritefirstname.lastname@example.org>; > >> <mexicod...@aim.com>; > > <meteor...@meteorobs.org>; > >> <ensorama...@ntlworld.com>; > >> > > <meteoritem...@yahoo.com> > >> Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 8:42 PM > >> > > Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite Finding Dog in > West > >> Texas > >> > >> > >> > > > Hi Rubin and all, > >> > > >> > One hundred and fifty years ago, a stone fell > > in > >> Bethlehem, New York on August 11 that also > involved a > >> meteorite > > finding dog, apparently not as well trained as the > >> West, Texas dog. C.U. > > Shepard wrote: > >> > > >> > ³Mr. Vanderpool was at work near his > house, > > and > >> heard the explosion in common with other members > of his > >> family. > > About two minutes after, as it appeared to him, a > >> stone, coming in an > > oblique course, struck the side > >> > of a wagon house, glanced off, hit a log > > upon the > >> ground, bounded again, and rolled into the grass. > A dog > >> lying > > in the doorway of the wagon house sprang up, darted > >> out and seized it, but > > dropped it immediately, probably on > >> account of its warmth and sulphurous > > small.² > >> > > >> > And of course there's the story about the > dog that > >> found > > the Lost City meteorite in January, 1970. Must have > >> been too heavy to > > carry so he just "marked it", > >> probably so he could find it again. ;-) > >> > > > > >> > Cheers, > >> > > >> > Frank > >> > ______________________________________________ http://www.meteoritecentral.com Meteorite-list mailing list Meteoriteemail@example.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list