RE: [meteorite-list] Canyon Diablo Spheroid Size

2006-10-28 Thread Steve Schoner
a specific # pertaining to grain size. Steve Schoner #4470 [meteorite-list] Canyon Diablo Spheroid Size Dave Carothers Sat, 28 Oct 2006 19:03:02 -0700 Good evening list members, I have specimens of the famous Canyon Diablo spheroids with a copy of the American Meteorite Laboratory label. I don't

Re: [meteorite-list] Essexite Gabbro - Not Mars Meteorite

2006-11-30 Thread Steve Schoner
originated. Steve Schoner/ AMS IMCA #4470 [meteorite-list] Essexite Gabbro - Not Mars Meteorite Gary K. Foote Thu, 30 Nov 2006 04:06:26 -0800 Seems I posted the wrong URL for that 'mars meteorite' you keep seeing on eBay. Here's the right one. http://www.meteorite-dealers.com/essexite

[meteorite-list] Fusion Crust on Irons

2006-12-04 Thread Steve Schoner
the metal was brought just below fusion. I traded that specimen years ago and have regretted it since. I have never had another like it. But I have seen photos of other fresh iron meteroite slices that show the three fold nature of iron meteorite fusion crust. Steve Schoner/ams IMCA 4470

Re: [meteorite-list] Look at this great auction!

2006-12-12 Thread Steve Schoner
notice that it is impolite to link to another dealer's website. Also, not noted is that this photo is not copyrighted. I think I have seen it in Krinov's books and it is public domain. More importantly, if the photo is copyrighted it is not polite to use it without the owner's permission. Steve

Re: [meteorite-list] Comet McNaught report from the Rhein-Main Area, an d Flagstaff, AZ

2007-01-15 Thread Steve Schoner
(I had much better eyes then and can you be live it I missed it). No one explained that you needed a building to block out the sun, and stupid me I used a solar filter. All my friends saw it, but not me :- Steve Schoner Re:[meteorite-list] Comet McNaught report from the Rhein-Main Area

Re: [meteorite-list] COMET McNAUGHT IS STILL VISIBLE IN DAYLIGHT!

2007-01-17 Thread Steve Schoner
. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 Please note: message attached ---BeginMessage--- ---End Message--- Hello all, This may be your last chance to see it in broad daylight. It is very faint here in Flagstaff, so those of you that have clear blue sky go out and look. Block out the sun, with your hand

[meteorite-list] COMET McNAUGHT IS STILL VISIBLE IN DAYLIGHT!

2007-01-17 Thread Steve Schoner
in the blue sky. Venus can also be seen to the east of it several handwidths above and to the left. Right now at 12.15 PM MST the comet is slightly brighter than Venus. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] COMET McNAUGHT IS STILL VISIBLE IN DAYLIGHT!

2007-01-18 Thread Steve Schoner
been washed out for that very night and that night alone with a thunderstorm. But seeing this comet in broad daylight, and moving in its orbit over the course of 4 days is very satisfying indeed. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 -- MexicoDoug [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This brings up a question to all

Re: [meteorite-list] COMET McNAUGHT IS STILL VISIBLE IN DAYLIGHT!

2007-01-21 Thread Steve Schoner
showing the track as I saw it. (Wish I could have photographed it but I was at my disability job) And I will do the last where I saw the end of its tail. So, I saw the head during the day, and the tail at night, but missed the spectacle in between. Wish I were down under for that one. Steve Schoner

[meteorite-list] Potter

2007-01-28 Thread Steve Schoner
To all, The Potter Nebraska thin section and slice has been sold. Soon, there will be a web site where other specimens and slides will be offered. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 To all: I am currently making thin sections after many months of learning the process. And now I offer a quality thin

Re: [meteorite-list] Walter Branch

2007-02-04 Thread Steve Schoner
are an inspiration for one to recover. I know, I was there at edge of life. Recover, Walter... Steve Schoner IMCA 4470 P.S. Could someone post on the list the e-mail of the hospital that he is at so that we can wish him the best. To get those e-mails are a blessing. [meteorite-list] Walter

Re: [meteorite-list] eBay Hassles

2007-02-13 Thread Steve Schoner
! Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] eBay Hassles

2007-02-15 Thread Steve Schoner
from both ends, but does not recognize each other's hand (eBay=PayPal) in simple transaction? Since eBay is also PayPal, they should give eBay sellers a break. And more importantly, resolve a person's complaints. That is just my opinion. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 P.S. I don't know about SKYPE

Re: [meteorite-list] Mesosiderite?

2007-02-16 Thread Steve Schoner
. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

[meteorite-list] Comet McNaught Daylight Observation: Jan. 15, 2007

2007-02-17 Thread Steve Schoner
days. It represents exactly what I saw. It was pretty amazing to have seen this in broad daylight. I have other observations made of it for the 16th to the 18th, too as it moved from 6 degrees from the sun to nearly 15 degrees. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470

Re: [meteorite-list] Venus Stone is not L6 (and not a Holbrook)

2007-02-23 Thread Steve Schoner
the question once and for all. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Peruvian meteorite crater (and Pisco)

2007-02-23 Thread Steve Schoner
there in Peru at this new off limits meteorite crater. You might even bring a case of it to bribe the police should they come out to take you to the Peru poky. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http

Re: [meteorite-list] Peruvian meteorite crater - friendly warning to h unters that may be considering...

2007-02-24 Thread Steve Schoner
warning his meteorites will appear for all to see and bid on. What me worry (Quote from Mad Magazine) Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Steve's Imilac Trip

2007-02-26 Thread Steve Schoner
to Chile's Imilac strewnfield, or better yet to Peru to hunt at Larry's so called crater just to get more Pisco. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 P.S. Any liquor importers out there: Re-name Pisco to METEOR with a nice landscape logo with a meteor streaking downward. I bet it would then find a market here

Re: [meteorite-list] Steve's Imilac Trip, slightly off-topic: pisco

2007-02-26 Thread Steve Schoner
Rob, I'll check it out. In '96 there was no supplier anywhere that I could find. I suppose that things have changed since. But I have never seen it anywhere here in Flagstaff. Guess none have the taste for it. Steve. -- Matson, Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Steve and List, Regarding

Re: [meteorite-list] RE: POLL: rustiest most unstable known

2006-05-31 Thread Steve Schoner
and clean. I do not add any oil or coating, and I do not have to re-etch, though I will to remove the rust spots that were there before I started the process. Steve Schoner/AMS IMCA #4470 R. N. Hartman Tue, 30 May 2006 20:34:38 -0700 Our experience: You will not remove all the moisture

[meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite (meteorwrong?)

2006-06-07 Thread Steve Schoner
to know. Steve Schoner/AMS [meteorite-list] Mexican Meteor Wrong in Wichita MARK BOSTICK thebigcollector at msn.com Wed Apr 12 19:27:07 EDT 2006 * Previous message: [meteorite-list] ...advice please! * Next message: [meteorite-list] Mexican Meteor Wrong in Wichita * Messages sorted

[meteorite-list] RE: Even more of that darned Brenham

2006-07-06 Thread Steve Schoner
very well have been impact craters. These were all plowed under. So, that said, don't be surprised if many more of these pesky Brenhams show up as these long gone Buffalo Wallows are re-discovered with deep seeking detectors. Brenhams: $$ per/lb anyone? Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 [meteorite-list

RE: [meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite (meteorwrong?)

2006-07-11 Thread Steve Schoner
Mark and all, What is the story on this meteorite. Someone paid big bucks for it. Is it or is it not a meteorite. Steve Schoner AMS IMCA #4470 -- MARK BOSTICK [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Steve, I haven't heard back on this yet. As soon as I do I will let you know. If I do hear

RE: [meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite (meteorwrong?)

2006-07-12 Thread Steve Schoner
ither. UCLA I am sure would do that determination. Steve Schoner AMS IMCA #4470 --"MARKBOSTICK"[EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:HelloSteve,Iamnotsurewhyyoukeepe-mailingmeandthelistonthis.Ididnotsellorpurchaseit.InotedifIgetnewsIwillreport,Ihavenot

RE: [meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite (meteorwrong?)

2006-07-12 Thread Steve Schoner
if this specimen that the seller claims to be a unique meteorite from Mexico, an observed fall: is in fact a meteorite at all-- unique or not. Lastly, and finally, I would not have pursued this question if it had not been brought up on this list. Steve Schoner AMS #4470

Re: AW: [meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite (meteorwrong?)

2006-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
to 1950. Adventura del Monte had fresh fusion crust and is beyond a doubt a beautiful meteorite. Will be interesting to see what the classification is on it. Steve Schoner/ AMS IMCA #4470 ---BeginMessage--- Hi Steve, list price of $12,500 is a deal indeed. Even a 127 lb Sikhote Alin

AW: AW: [meteorite-list] Adventura del Monte Meteorite

2006-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
, then it is extraordinary. No doubt, Mike Fowler got a great deal, and it would be great to hear of the classification results. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo

[meteorite-list] Chladni's Heirs NORWAY field report + clumps of only a few stones

2006-07-25 Thread Steve Schoner
will turn up between the ones so far recovered. Once the Norwegians get back from their Summer vacations and look through their gardens, who knows what they might find. Steve Schoner IMCA# 4470 Tracy wrote: "...don't they seem to mostly fall in clumps of only a few stones?" Al Rais (CR2): A to

Re: [meteorite-list] Pluto's Fate to be Decided by 'Scientific andSimp le' Planet Definition

2006-08-15 Thread Steve Schoner
away. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 Re: [meteorite-list] Pluto's Fate to be Decided by 'Scientific andSimple' Planet Definition Sterling K. Webb Tue, 15 Aug 2006 00:05:13 -0700 Hi, All, Pluto has infrastructure going for it: 75 years of textbooks and references to it as planet, down the mnemonic

[meteorite-list] RE: Pluto may yet lose planet status

2006-08-20 Thread Steve Schoner
the original plate and plate envelope with Tombaugh's handwriting on it. One can read his excitement at having made the discovery. Let history books stand. Leave Pluto as a planet alone. Steve Schoner IMCA 4470 P.S. My daughter has just moved into the Tombaugh House and is the first to live

RE: [meteorite-list] Artist conception of view from Pluto (life-size d)

2006-08-27 Thread Steve Schoner
that Pluto is a planet will be resolved. (Leave it at 9 and anything farther out not) Steve Schoner [meteorite-list] Artist conception of view from Pluto (life-sized) Darren Garrison Sat, 26 Aug 2006 22:58:49 -0700 http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e7/Plutonian_system.jpg

RE:[meteorite-list] Does world-record meteorite await unearthing in Ka nsas?

2006-10-13 Thread Steve Schoner
Humm, I wonder if Arnold re-discovered my re-discovered model T (c. 1909) that I found long after someone buried it untold years ago... I remember diging a hole by hand nearly 7 feet deep. Steve Schoner IMCA #r4470 [meteorite-list] Does world-record meteorite await unearthing in Kansas

Re: [meteorite-list] Further precision re Bessey Specks

2006-10-17 Thread Steve Schoner
that shuts down the brain. And as it reboots, then the appreciation begins. Steve Schoner IMCA #4470 Re: [meteorite-list] Further precision re Bessey Specks dean bessey Tue, 17 Oct 2006 13:51:05 -0700 In other words, you need a Superconducting Super Collider Particle Accelerator in order

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: Russian samples- Loss Of NASA Work Surfaces At Moon Rock Trial

2003-06-04 Thread Steve Schoner
interesting, and I had it stashed in my closet for over 25 years. Not sure what to do with it, sell it or get an appraisal... just not sure. What is such a thing worth? Steve Schoner. --- Walter Branch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Everyone, Long before meteorites, I collected space program

[meteorite-list] Apollo 15 Lunar maps and all

2003-06-05 Thread Steve Schoner
://www.catchafallingstar.com - Original Message - From: Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Walter Branch [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Meteorite Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 12:58 AM Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Re: Russian samples- Loss Of NASA Work Surfaces At Moon Rock Trial Hello

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: Canyon Diablo Diamonds

2003-06-09 Thread Steve Schoner
Hello, if anyone is having trouble seeing these photos set your browser to accept cookies. Geocities.com is big on that. - Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Some time ago I mentioned that I had a Canyon Diablo meteorite that had diamonds in it. I obtained this many years ago, about

Re: [meteorite-list] King tut?

2003-06-09 Thread Steve Schoner
. Two knives, beautifully made one of gold and the other of iron were found. Iron as tool making material was very rare in 1350 BC. Not sure if anyone actually did a scientific test to determine that it was meteorite iron. Steve Schoner

[meteorite-list] Bessy's specks and Intel's play microscope

2003-06-10 Thread Steve Schoner
/SaU90a.jpg At 60x http://www.geocities.com/american_meteorite_survey/SaU90b.jpg Great microscope for these very small specks, not even a mm in size as the scale shows. Hard to say what they are, though I will have to trust Dean and be sure not to lose the label. hee, hee. Thanks Dean! Steve

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite hunting in the UK...

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
, and piled from coast to coast. A good metal detector, set to find stone and iron meteorites,and the will to walk, (with the proper permits of course) and who knows? Might find something in that lenghty pile. Steve Schoner http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite hunting in the UK...

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
, or stony irons would be rare if non existent. These would have stood out and been long since smelted, or used for other things than mere stones for a wall. Steve Schoner/AMS Steve Schoner __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Calendar - Free online calendar with sync

Re: [meteorite-list] impact area

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
I wonder if it is related to that recent thread regarding a New Impact Crater in CA... Mark Jackson I recall. We are still waiting for the proof on that one, not from his work but from a known impact specialist. Steve Schoner/AMS --- E.L. Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Where is nearby? How

Re: [meteorite-list] impact area

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
I thought, this Mark Jackson said it was in CA, not in Arkansas. Steve Schoner. --- Paul Heinrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 11 Jun 2003 12:41:36 -0700 (PDT) Mark Jackson [EMAIL PROTECTED] It is unrelated Steve. The gentleman is in the Ozarks. If he is in the Ozarks, he could

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite ????

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
they only need such a small piece? OK, why did the Smithsonian need 900lb's of the old woman meteorite for study? Thanks, Tom Someone over there was mighty greedy ;) Steve Schoner/AMS The proudest member of the IMCA 6168 __ Meteorite

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite hunting in the UK...

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Schoner
be quite a few meteorites yet to be found. Steve Schoner/AMS __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Calendar - Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM). http://calendar.yahoo.com __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite hunting in the UK...

2003-06-12 Thread Steve Schoner
meteorite. Cemented in the jamb right near and adjacent where the gate handle would have been. You know, I don't know if Nininger ever found one in a stone wall. But I know that he looked. It would only be logical. Steve Schoner/AMS --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steve, List, Thanks for retelling

Re: [meteorite-list] Shoemaker levy?

2003-06-12 Thread Steve Schoner
days later rain onto the earth, and we would have meteor shower unlike any ever seen by man, a thousand times greater then even the Great Leonid Storm of 1966. And small Lunar meteorites would rain down in many places throughout the world. Steve Schoner/AMS http://www.geocities.com

Re: [meteorite-list] What in the heck is this?

2003-06-12 Thread Steve Schoner
--- Tom aka James Knudson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey List, What is this one? Tis not a meteorite at all... B-A-S-A-L-T A nice piece of it I might add, but a meteorite... NADA. Steve Schoner/AMS Title of item: WASHINTON COAST METEORITE 625 GRAMS Seller: novahwear Starts: Jun-12

Re: [meteorite-list] What in the heck is this?

2003-06-13 Thread Steve Schoner
Yeah, right... everyone has always called them meteorites... That is one of the reasons I get THOUSANDS of meteorites sent to my site which are actually meteorwrongs. B-A-S-A-L-T... An igneous rock. That is what these items are. The pacific NW is full of this material. Steve Schoner\AMS

Re: [meteorite-list] Metal detectors

2003-06-14 Thread Steve Schoner
Fisher Gold Bug 2 with a 15 inch coil. I found with it 8 Kilos of fairly large specimens, but it was for me more difficult to use that the trusty 710. I wonder how much I would have found had my 710 been in service then. Steve Schoner http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification P.S. Paul

Re: [meteorite-list] Hey this one could be good

2003-06-15 Thread Steve Schoner
It appears to be a meteorite, no doubt, but it has an etch pattern that is not like Willamette, more like Canyon Diablo. Where does the seller get the impression that it is Williamette? And that it is represented at ebay as such. Steve Schoner/AMS --- Rob Wesel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

[meteorite-list] NWA998

2003-06-15 Thread Steve Schoner
across the crystal pattern in this really remarkable martian meteorite. http://www.geocities.com/american_meteorite_survey/NWA998 Steve Schoner/AMS P.S. If you have trouble viewing this, the site has a low bandwidth. It will only allow so many views per session, so wait till the traffic lessens

Re: [meteorite-list] Metal detectors

2003-06-15 Thread Steve Schoner
as hot rocks. 4) A detector with both manual and automatic modes is preferred, in other words, a prospector-relic model. But if chosing between the two, get a manual VLF dectector. Steve Schoner/AMS http://www.geocities.com/american_meteorite_survey P.S. Anyone out there have an old Gold Bug I

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite Fall In Australia?

2003-06-15 Thread Steve Schoner
Also, Pasamonte, NM corkscrewed as it came down. Steve Schoner/AMS --- Michael Farmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have to dissagree with the scientists on that one, Meteorites do indeed corkscrew. Portales Valley was witnessed by quite a few people, and even from the air

Re: [meteorite-list] corkscrewing meteorites

2003-06-16 Thread Steve Schoner
I think that a person took a famous photo of the Pasamonte fireball as it was happening with a camera. According to him, and Nininger who reported it, it corkscrewed in flight. Steve Schoner/AMS --- Marco Langbroek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Be carefull here. The dusttrails and/or persistent

Re: [meteorite-list] Pasamonte (corkscrewing meteorites)

2003-06-16 Thread Steve Schoner
of the Nininger notes that the Pasamonte fireball did appear to corkscrew and it was not the train, but the fireball itself. Steve Schoner/AMS --- Marco Langbroek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: - Original Message - From: Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] I think that a person took a famous

Re: [meteorite-list] corkscrewing meteorites

2003-06-16 Thread Steve Schoner
, there were reports of the fireball having a corkscrew appearance, and I think that there are other reported sightings of the same. Steve Schoner/ams --- wrecks463 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello People, Just a thought here, but in my younger days I was pretty handy with a slingshot and my usual

Re: [meteorite-list] flow lines GALLERY

2003-06-17 Thread Steve Schoner
Lotsa rocks. I see leverites none with flow lines such as one would see on freshly fallen meteorites. Steve Schoner/ams --- M Yousef [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hiii ALL; IF YOU LIKE, please have a look at these nice flow lines on different types of rocks: http://www.alifyaa.com

RE: [meteorite-list] Shirokovsky update

2003-06-18 Thread Steve Schoner
this. The judge in the case could then assess damages over the actual loss of finances. Steve Schoner/AMS --- Ryan Darby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think that Matteo means the financial losses made by people are private. The scam itself is very public, and no one would disagree. Such forums as ours

Re: [meteorite-list] intentions!

2003-06-19 Thread Steve Schoner
of research support out there at the crater is appalling. (They should tell their guides not to say to visitors that the meteor weighing hundreds of thousands of tons is probably underneath the southern rim-- the research done by Dr. Moulton, Dr. Nininger, and Dr. Shoemaker proves otherwise) Steve

Re: [meteorite-list] Wild Fire in Tucson

2003-06-20 Thread Steve Schoner
, and ready to act at signs of first smoke. Steve Schoner/ams --- ari machiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi list. Has anyone heard about our friends in Tucson? Is anyone losing their home? Are collections being lost? Just curious. I hope all is well. Ari Ari Machiz TVBTITU

Re: [meteorite-list] Wild Fire in Tucson

2003-06-20 Thread Steve Schoner
, and that is a very rare event here in the high country. Gee... too bad it was not headed for Meteor Crater visitor center... he he h. (No I should not wish that) Steve Schoner/ams --- Dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steve: Sure wish we could send you folks some of the rainy weather we have had

Re: [meteorite-list] A Low-Density M-type Asteroid in the Main Belt

2003-06-21 Thread Steve Schoner
. Steve Schoner/ams http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification --- Ron Baalke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Science Magazine June 20, 2003 Abstract A Low-Density M-type Asteroid in the Main Belt J. L. Margot* and M. E. Brown The orbital parameters of a satellite revolving around

Re: [meteorite-list] Wild Fire in Tucson

2003-06-21 Thread Steve Schoner
, then be wiped away Steve Schoner/ams --- John Gwilliam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you put three or four fish in a ten gallon aquarium, they will survive quite well without experiencing too many problems. Add three or four more fish to that same ten gallons of water and all sorts of problems

[meteorite-list] Strope's NWA998

2003-06-23 Thread Steve Schoner
more than an old Intel Webcam held to the eyepiece. http://www.geocities.com/american_meteorite_survey/NWA998c.jpg The dark line going across the image are Martian hydrated minerals. Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month

Re: [meteorite-list] Expensive?

2003-06-26 Thread Steve Schoner
. Steve Schoner/AMS --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom, The most expensive meteorite that I can think of is NWA482, which usually fetches between $4000 and $5000/gm...I believe this could be one of the most, if not the most expensive natural materials here on earth. -Ryan

RE: [meteorite-list] While on the subject of pricing

2003-06-26 Thread Steve Schoner
I also read that it is the world's smallest National Park, or National Reserve. Steve Schoner/ams --- Ryan Darby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is a large piece of Hoba, but it's a protected site. You can't take pieces of it. It's also in a remote area. You have to want to go

Re: [meteorite-list] Expensive?

2003-06-26 Thread Steve Schoner
Actually, A correction Jim Strope's NWA998 sample that I was referring to was 1.4 grams at $11,000, not one gram at that price. Steve Schoner P.S. This is an exceptional meteorite, and absolutely fantistic in thin section. --- Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have not read all

Re: [meteorite-list] Expensive?

2003-06-26 Thread Steve Schoner
. Steve Schoner/ams __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com

Re: [meteorite-list] AW: Expensive?

2003-06-26 Thread Steve Schoner
quarter gram slice: http://www.timewarp.de/images/lunar/CCreek-0.250g.JPG Enjoy! Best, Norbert -Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht- Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Auftrag von Steve Schoner Gesendet: Donnerstag, 26. Juni 2003 16:52 An: [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [meteorite-list] Dealer Refunds

2003-06-27 Thread Steve Schoner
make that offer only for pieces such as Glorieta, Correo, Holbrook, or others that I personally find, nothing else. Otherwise, after 10 days the sale is considered final, no refunds, and credit trade for the same location if offered. Steve Schoner/ams http://www.geocities.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Dealer Refunds

2003-06-28 Thread Steve Schoner
these the prices will fall or they will rise. If one is into it for money, then that will temper their buying, but for one that is into it for collecting only, that should have less effect in what they choose to buy. Steve Schoner /ams http://www.geocities.com/american_meteorite_survey --- Frederick N

Re: [meteorite-list] Dealer Refunds

2003-06-28 Thread Steve Schoner
#497 in my denial. Steve Schoner/ams --- Walter Branch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi List, Not me either (#498)! The more I think about it, under the circumstances which Steve described, no way would I refund this person. This has been a thought provoking thread for me. It has made

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: Dealer Refunds

2003-06-29 Thread Steve Schoner
need that kind of precedent. Steve Schoner/ams __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month

Re: [meteorite-list] Anti-rust

2003-06-30 Thread Steve Schoner
and the offending chlorine ions are driven out of the specimen. I have not tried this yet, and have chosen to use the passive method of letting the specimen sit in the solution for extended lenghts of time. Steve Schoner/ams http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification Steve Schoner/ams --- Joseph

Re: [meteorite-list] Origin of the Moon God

2003-07-12 Thread Steve Schoner
There are things that go far beyond our __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [meteorite-list] item#2183522064: ## BEAUTIFUL IRON METEORITE 843 GRAMMS ##

2003-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
meteorites started to appear there-- and I hate it now, with or without the new format. I will not sell meteorites there, even if it means it is the last place on earth to sell them. Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month

Re: [meteorite-list] item#2183522064: ## BEAUTIFUL IRON METEORITE 843 GRAMM...

2003-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steve Schoner: I hated e-bay when it first started, I hated it when meteorites started to appear there-- and I hate it now, with or without the new format. I will not sell meteorites there, even if it means it is the last place on earth to sell

Re: [meteorite-list] item#2183522064: ## BEAUTIFUL IRON METEORITE 843 GRAMM...

2003-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
reasons than those expressed above! Gregory Hard to say what he would have said, AS HE IS NOT WITH US. Easy to bet on the opinion of a person deceased than on that is alive and able to weigh in. My opinion remains unchanged. Steve Schoner __ Do you

Re: [meteorite-list] item#2183522064: ## BEAUTIFUL IRON METEORITE 843 GRAMM...

2003-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
unchanged. Don't really think anyone was trying to change your mind.;-) Gregory Right, When it comes to my opinion of E-bay, my mind cannot be changed. I made up my mind when E-bay first appeared, and my opinon today remains the same. Steve Schoner/ams

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-13 Thread Steve Schoner
a meteorite. I'll just leave it at that. Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net

Re: [meteorite-list] eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
their collections with fine pieces when the meteorite market really falls hard, and those dealers that are in it for money alone, do as you say, bite the dust. Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
are being a hypocrite now. You have bought meteorites on ebay. This discussion is really stupid, so what if one person doesn't like ebay. Millions of people do. End of story. Mike Farmer - Original Message - From: Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL

RE: [meteorite-list] Origin of the moon /god/meteorites

2003-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
that all my efforts will not win me or gain favor with God. God exists, and I know that all of us will someday come to know that even if we don't believe it now. And I think that we will know the questions to all things, and not have to concentrate on such questions then as we do now. Steve Schoner

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
hate)... EVER. Besides, I am weary of the whole argument. I don't argue very well now, after my brain injury, but my opinion remains the same. And you are right, the arument is lame. END OF STORY Steve Schoner/ams --- Michael Farmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: so Steve, what is your point? You buy

Re: [meteorite-list] eBay impact (pun intended)

2003-07-14 Thread Steve Schoner
, and maybe even applaud Ebay for, is that it may drive out those that are in it for money alone, such as perhaps Mr. MC... And inadvertantly, it will drive the prices down, a boon for collectors. (But, like it or leave it, I still hate it) LOL! Steve Schoner/ams __ Do

Re: [meteorite-list] Holbrook

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
/meteorite_identification/HOLBROOK.htm It has been many years since I was there last, almost 10 years in fact. But I have always had the feeling that if those sand dunes just over the tracks and south of Arntz Station would just blow away, many more will turn up. Steve Schoner http://www.geocities.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Holbrook

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
/meteorite_identification/HOLBROOK.htm It has been many years since I was there last, almost 10 years in fact. But I have always had the feeling that if those sand dunes just over the tracks and south of Arntz Station would just blow away, many more will turn up. Steve Schoner http://www.geocities.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Holbrook

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
, perhaps producing another strewnfield with larger pieces. If so, it would be nice to search and find it... But to now, it is just a theory, based on a few eyewitness observations of a fireball that was not widely observed. Steve Schoner/ams http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification BTW

Re: [meteorite-list] Holbrook

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
Ugh, I hate yahoo's spell checker... I cannot get it, and errors always come out AFTER it is sent. The date on Scorse note was July 19th, 1912 not July 12th, 1912 as I had said previously. Steve --- Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Humm, I don't know who that other person from

Re: [meteorite-list] Tatahouine_strewnfield

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
(or hope to find). You should be able to find more between those two pieces and the original center and also most likely in a path leading farther out from the spots indicated on your map. That is how I would do it. Steve Schoner/ams http://www.geocities.com/meteorite_identification --- Pierre

[meteorite-list] THIS IS ONLY A TEST

2003-07-16 Thread Steve Schoner
I am getting doubles in my posts, and am not sure why? Anyone getting the same? Steve Schoner __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL

Re: [meteorite-list] Tatahouine_strewnfield

2003-07-17 Thread Steve Schoner
and try to locate larger pieces (f the townspeople living in the town will allow it. And another possibility comes to my mind... Contact townspeople about the meteorites and see what they can find. Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only

Re: [meteorite-list] Tektites?

2003-07-17 Thread Steve Schoner
--- Tom aka James Knudson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Good List, What is the number one theory out right now of where Tektites came from? Thanks, Tom Peregrineflier The proudest member of the IMCA 6168 Imactites produced in certain, and very rare mega-Tunguska type events. Steve

Re: [meteorite-list] Tektites?

2003-07-18 Thread Steve Schoner
as the God, Lunar topic that would not die... But I miss Darryl Futrell... He was a worthy opponent in the debates) Steve Schoner/ams --- Marcia Swanson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To Tom and List, I don't know Tom, but would like to know,what is the number one theory of where tektites came from

Re: [meteorite-list] OT, Please help me, shipping

2003-07-18 Thread Steve Schoner
Insist that they check their scale. Bring in a weight that has a known value and see what they say. Steve Schoner --- Tom aka James Knudson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello List, can some one help me, I am so confused I have to send a package out, I weighed it on my Ohaus triple

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite identification

2003-07-18 Thread Steve Schoner
that is with it stating that it is from Kansas, based on the label number, is wrong. Plainview is an H-5 Steve Schoner/ams --- Philip Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello list, The museum I work at has a meteorite with a specimen number of 92.1157 painted on it, the card with it states it is a stony

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite ID Number

2003-07-20 Thread Steve Schoner
sold, then the number was revised out of their lists. I suspect that this specimen was sold, or traded to a museum, before the 1950 list was compiled... in which case such a piece would not appear. Steve Schoner/ams --- Bruce D Wegmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: According to the Nininger Collection

Re: [meteorite-list] Melrose Meteorite

2003-07-24 Thread Steve Schoner
Melrose also has a very large amount of copper compaired to other meteorites, and copper is also a bi-product in gold mining. In fact, Nininger pointed out that the very visible copper found in Melrose in the form of large grains should be compared to so called Eaton meteorite which was copper

Re: [meteorite-list] another ebay giggle

2003-07-27 Thread Steve Schoner
Tooth experienced... Who would want to own it? Steve Schoner/ams __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! SiteBuilder - Free, easy-to-use web site design software http://sitebuilder.yahoo.com __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL

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