[meteorite-list] Terrestrial age of Taza?
From: al mitt <almitt_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2009 22:32:34 -0400
I know that my piece and a number of specimens I sold of Taza show a bluish
fusion crust under the mild oxidized fusion crust. To me that suggests that
Taza couldn't have been around for too very long and is probably more of a
recent fall than one that has spent a thousand years or longer on the
surface. For what ever it is worth.
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Subject: [meteorite-list] Terrestrial age of Taza?
> Hi All,
> Great to see everyone at Ensisheim again, another very enjoyable weekend,
> great atmosphere and amazing specimens on show. Many thanks to Zelimir for
> all his hard work and hospitality and to Peter Davidson for his company
> travelling to the show and during the event....great historical display
> from the Museums of Scotland.
> Anyone have any info on the terrestrial age of the Taza meteorite.
> Has anyone done any work/dating estimating when it fell?
> Graham Ensor
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