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

From: Paul Harris <paul_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 21:34:44 -0700
Message-ID: <4670C564.9030605_at_meteorite.com>

Dear Michael and Tom,

You two are too kind...

FYI - I'm working on Tom's latest batch, NWA 094, and I'm just blown
away by these images and Tom's ability. It's taking longer than normal
because I find myself just staring at the screen instead of working :-)
I'll do my best to have them up by tomorrow.

Thank you!


Michael L Blood wrote:
> Tom,
> Your Moss (and other) photos are STAGGERINGLY
> beautiful!
> 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 Thu 14 Jun 2007 12:34:44 AM PDT

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