[meteorite-list] Kalahari lunar meteorite stones - photos

From: Randy Korotev <korotev_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 16:56:40 -0500
Message-ID: <200704102156.l3ALuTq04349_at_levee.wustl.edu>

Kalhari 008, at least, appears to contain solar-wind gases. The
reported textures, mineralogy, mineral compositions (including
Fe/Mn), and chemical compositions are consistent with lunar
origin. Only concentrations of a few elements were listed in The
Meteoritical Bulletin, however.

Randy Korotev

At 14:58 2007-04-10 Tuesday, you wrote:
>Maybe I should go through my meteorite-wrong pile
>again. I noticed they gave it a weathering grade of
>1. I thought metal had to be present in order to
>qualify a weathering grade and that they are generally
>not assigned to achondrites. The CRE age seems to be
>no different than a rock that spent 300 years in the
>What makes this stone any different than a terrestrial
Received on Tue 10 Apr 2007 05:56:40 PM PDT

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