[meteorite-list] Moss CO3.5 Micrographs are posted

From: Michael L Blood <mlblood_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 12:12:50 -0700
Message-ID: <C2958FC2.3699A%mlblood_at_cox.net>

        Your Moss (and other) photos are STAGGERINGLY
        Paul Harris gives and gives and gives. He has donated hundreds
of hours of work to people individually and thousands of hours of
work to the meteorite community (along with Jim Tobin) in putting
out METEORITE TIMES - not to mention FREE advertising for
EVERYONE in the classifieds. He is as good a human being as can
be found - in the meteorite community or anywhere else.
        Sincerely, Michael Blood

on 6/13/07 11:51 AM, STARSANDSCOPES at aol.com at STARSANDSCOPES at aol.com wrote:

> Hi List, Paul, the editor of Meteorite Times, has loaded the Moss
> micrographs to my Gallery. I made 5 categories of micrographs; 160X standard
> Xpol,
> 160X combined, 400X standard, 600X reflected and 1600X reflected. 73
> images
> in total. My Gallery link is
> http://www.meteorite.com/meteorite-gallery/meteorites-alpha_frame.htm
> I want to thank Paul for all his work in hosting and managing the Gallery.
> Now there are over 1,000 micrographs sorted by meteorite name and then by
> magnification/imaging techniques. That's a very big investment of time for
> Paul to put into this project. Please give him your feed back. Collectively
> there have been hundreds of hours invested. Please take a look, nothing is
> for
> sale at the Gallery. It is not a sales site and there are no weird pop ups
> or sales pitches, just micrographs, lots of micrographs.
> My passion is high magnification micrographs of highly polished thick slices
> of meteorites in reflected light. These images are quite unlike what many
> of you are used to seeing.
> I have also been adding a lot more standard Xpol thin section shots lately
> because Jeff Hodges has opened up his institutional sized thin section
> collection for me to examine. These are many of the best thin sections ever
> produced (both in quality and the meteorite). What a great opportunity for
> every
> one to get a close up view of them. Let us know what you like best and what
> you would like to see more of.
> Thanks, Tom Phillips
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Received on Wed 13 Jun 2007 03:12:50 PM PDT

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