[meteorite-list] CONCEPTION JUNCTION, MISSOURI PALLASITE
From: Randy Korotev <korotev_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 11:08:10 -0500
Milton is unique in large part because of it's olivine
composition. I've taken Fig. 2 from the LPSC2003 abstract you
mention below and added a point (red) for Conception Junction (our analyses).
Milton is off by itself whereas Conception Junction plots near the
Main Group pallasites.
At 05:01 AM 2011-08-27 Saturday, you wrote:
>Sorry if this is a double post but the first one doesn't seem to
>Hello Dave, Karl A., Dr. Wasson and list,
>If the beautiful Conception Junction is 'unique' and not paired to
>any main group pallasite (Dr. Wasson), could it in any way be paired
>to the ungrouped pallasite MILTON, found less than 60 km away in the
>west of Conception Junction?
>Milton 'looks' very different from Conception Junction though...
>Dr. Wasson was involved in the classification of Milton as well and
>Can anyone help with an answer?
>Best wishes to all
Received on Mon 29 Aug 2011 12:08:10 PM PDT