Thanks Mike and Rob,
That's probably the solution. In Meteorites and Their Parent
Bodies H. McSween also lists 6 Hebe as one of the most probable
candidates to be the PB of the H chondrites. Now, but that also
means that they found a small ordinary chondrite in Israel. No
big deal in a desert
Other that the basic information listed in the
Meteorites, does anyone have any information on
Overland Park meteorite?
Thanks in advance,
Post away, but please refrain from the asphalt and tar
non-sense; it's gone way beyond that...
Adam and list,
Thanks Adam, I had fun doing them and eagerly await seeing what
a SEM scan shows of that material as well as the comments from the
Thanks for your reply. I never meant to indicate that I thought it was a meteorite. I am interested to find out what they determined this material to be. And what better source to find out from then the meteorite list.
Thanks for your information on the status of the Elma
List members and Matt,
The Spade meteorite looks and reads like a very special find. Congratulations
to Matt for being the one to get involved with this new find. I was wondering
what meteorite was the last significant find in the US that was shared with
the public like this one...with a
I prefer to read the meteorite list from the archives. It is easier to
follow interesting threads, and ignore uninteresting ones. (for me anyway)
My question is: Why do some members names show up next to their post's and
During quick trips to Mexico I've followed the discussions re: public
presentations on meteorites. Amen!! Robert, Tracy, David et. al. You are so right. In
conjunction with a celebration of the centennial of flight, our local library
in Monument, Colorado allowed me to place an eye-catching
I would call Wagon Mound significant.
We are the music makers...and we are the dreamers of the dreams.
Willy Wonka, 1971
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One sale did not go through so I have one left if anyone is interested.
Thanks to all who bought.
The home of Philip and Brenda Jones of Olympia Fields was damaged by an
almost ten pound meteorite traveling at over 200 miles per hour.
It smashed through the roof, the kitchen ceiling, the kitchen
G'day Norbert List,
Some time ago I put together a page with thesuspected
parent bodies of different meteorites. You can visit the list here:
If anyone has more that could be added, feel free to drop me
Rob and others,
I don't know the full story of the 87 kg Wagon Wound. According to the A to Z
book it was found in 1932. My poorly stated question was meant to be, what
are some of the recent finds (let's say the last 15 years) in the US that a
few kilos became available to the public for
I recovered the Tinnie Iron meteorite, and the 8
kilogram Roosevelt County 102 meteorite during the
Portales Valley fall in 1998. Of course both from
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Rob and others,
I don't know the full story of the 87 kg Wagon
Wound. According to the
Good morning list,
Finally, there is a meteorite poster for the collector!
Geoff Notkin and I have gathered forces to produce the first one ever!
see: The World of Meteorites: A to Z
This is destined to become a poster classic along
I just called our local cable provider to see about this show but alas! they
will not offer it. They are looking at another satellite but maybe some of
you will be able to catch it. Following is the pertinant information
received from NASA Science News,
Is this material a meteorite, or is it not?
And the corollary questions:
Why is it so hard to decide whether it is a meteorite,
What is it specifically that makes anyone think that
this material is meteoritic-related?
If it turns out that this material is
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