[meteorite-list] Meteorwrong ?

From: mark ferguson <refam_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:23:46 2004
Message-ID: <20030307051843.90995.qmail_at_web40206.mail.yahoo.com>

Hi Tom

Had you thought of a volcanic bomb? These are ejecta
which can travel some distance before hitting ground,
depending on the strength of the eruption.
Do a search on google.com under volcanic bombs and
you'll get a lot of returns which have great photos.


--- Tom aka James Knudson <knudson911_at_frontiernet.net>
> Hello List, My mother in law said she had a rock she
> found in OK. that looks
> just like my meteorites. Indeed it did, But its not
> a meteorite, I do not
> know what it is. It looks to have a thin crust, it
> is not attract a magnet
> in the slightest. It does not look like any slag I
> have seen. It seems to be
> made of natural material. What weird is it looks
> like it was melted and
> poured down a small hole in the ground. I feel like
> it could have been made
> by a lightning strike. I live in a very volcanic
> area and am getting to know
> volcanic rock pretty good and does not look it at
> all. Any ideas of what
> this can be???
> Thanks, Tom
> The proudest member of the IMCA 6168
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