[meteorite-list] Cat Mountain on Ebay
From: Michael Bross <element33_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 21:09:21 +0200
"a Cat wouldn't find its kitten here/there"...
(a saying in French meaning: a messy or complicated situation or place)
All the best
From: Ruben Garcia
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2011 6:40 PM
To: Regine Petersen
Cc: meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com ; wahlperry at aol.com
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Cat Mountain on Ebay
Sorry, the correct weight for "Cat Mountain 2" was around 168 grams
before a small cut was made and 164.5 after.
here it is
On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 9:38 AM, Ruben Garcia <mrmeteorite at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oops, I forgot to say that the original Cat Mountain was named "Cat
> Mountain." The second stone, the size of a pecan - if there is one -
> was never classified. So it has no number. My half stone 61.03 grams
> from the 107 total stone weight is "Cat Mountain 1" and the 168 gram
> Stone is "Cat Mountain 2"
> On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 2:47 AM, Regine Petersen <fips_bruno at yahoo.de>
>> Hi Sonny and list,
>> can someone clarify some things for me? I find it a bit confusing, so
>> excuse me if I ask obvious questions. These are the facts as far as I
>> have understood them:
>> Apart from the first Cat Mountain find there was Snyder Hill, which was
>> not part of the same fall and only found while looking for further Cat
>> Mountain pieces. There was another small Cat Mountain found by Robert
>> Haag which didn't get classified. Now hunters were searching the Snyder
>> Hill site and found two more Cat Mountains which are now sold on ebay.
>> Who found the rocks, Count Deiro or the hunters who have also found the
>> Snyder Hill piece? Who is selling them? And why was the third rock which
>> was found designated 001? The second one hasn't been classified, but
>> wouldn't the original find get the first number?
>> Pretty amazing finds :-)
Received on Sat 20 Aug 2011 03:09:21 PM PDT