[meteorite-list] Djermaia?

From: moni Waiblinger-Seabridge <moni2555_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat Oct 15 21:51:51 2005
Message-ID: <BAY103-F6672269E1168A1C1CB443CD7F0_at_phx.gbl>

Hi All,

I can't hardly wait to ever find and then hold a meteorite that size in my

Well, maybe I can not really say that, because I do believe I have a very
nice size meteorite that I found by myself, well its ONLY about 183 grams!
THAT was not planted by SOMEONE, but the asteroid belt or the planets = nor
is it a NWA!

Peter, this is a BEAUTY!!!
Its really a very nice piece!

Ach, haette ich es nur gefunden!! ;-)

Sternengruss, Moni

>From: "Norbert Classen" <trifid_at_timewarp.de>
>Reply-To: trifid_at_timewarp.de
>To: "meteorite-list" <meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com>
>CC: 'Peter Marmet' <p.marmet_at_mysunrise.ch>
>Subject: [meteorite-list] Djermaia?
>Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2005 01:04:05 +0200
>Right now, Peter Marmet isn't able to post directly to the list, and asked
>me to forward the following message:
>Hello list,
>recently we acquired a nice 908 g stone meteorite. The meteorite was kept
>by a French lady who lived in Chad for more than 20 years. Before she died
>she told her nephew that she saw the meteorite fall sometime in the 60ies.
>The only meteorite fall from Chad was in 1961.
>Officially there is only one 1kg stone recovered of Djermaia, but Bob Haag
>has a 3.7 kg stone according to his catalogue, and Michel Franco has a
>2.9 kg stone ( http://www.caillou-noir.com/Djermaia.htm ).
>Could this be a 4th mass of Djermaia? I know, it's just a nice meteorite as
>long we do not cut a piece for classification... but who dares to
>such a beauty... we don't!
>Picts can be seen here: http://www.marmet-meteorites.com/
>Comments welcome!
>Peter Marmet
Received on Sat 15 Oct 2005 09:51:47 PM PDT

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