[meteorite-list] CAI in Tagish Lake?

From: greg stanley <stanleygregr_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 16:11:56 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <114299.8694.qm_at_web52315.mail.yahoo.com>

  These photo's are really interesting and it got me thinking.
  What do the CAI?s look like up close? Say perhaps a C-Chondrite was broken and the white CAI was exposed, would it look like glass? Or would it be milky white? Or can they vary?
  I have a small CV and I find the CAI?s very interesting (but they are very small) and I?ve also been reading about their formation a little. They appear to be among the oldest rock or mineral formation known.
  If anyone can expand a bit on CAI?s. That would be very interesting.
  Charles ? thanks for the photos.
  Greg Stanley

Charles O'Dale <codale0806 at rogers.com> wrote:
          A CAI in a carbonaceous chondrite?
  Comments are welcome!
  Charles O'Dale
Ottawa RASC

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