[meteorite-list] Cat Mountain on EBay
From: Greg Stanley <stanleygregr_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 21:07:39 -0700
I would think each would be called Cat Mountain, if they are all classified the same as the first one and were found in the same area, suggesting a strewn field. There are no Franconia 002 or Gold Basin 002. I guess the 'name' of a meteorite is one of a single stone or the strewn field.
My few grams worth.
Congratulations to all the finders of the new stones and to Count on getting the classification done. I also look forward to Rubin's article.
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On Aug 20, 2011, at 2:25 PM, Michael Mulgrew <mikestang at gmail.com> wrote:
> I asked Bob Verish about this a few months ago. The MetBul does not
> show number designations, it recognizes two stones that make up the
> TKW for the Los Angeles meteorite. The 001 and 002 designations were
> internal to Mr. Verish for his own record keeping, but I believe he
> said (and I hope he'll chime in and correct me if I am mistaken) he
> used them publically a few times and without realizing it the number
> designation spread.
> -Michael in so. Cal.
> On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 12:13 PM, MexicoDoug <mexicodoug at aim.com> wrote:
>> Finally, can someone say why those incredible US Martians: LA001 and LA002 got numbers if they are considered paired? Bob? There's no LA003 through LA00n that I'm aware of ... Can a slice of one be distingueshed from another? Are there other examples of unique / closed numbering? What ever happened to the protocol of (a), (b), (c), ...
>> Kindest wishes
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