[meteorite-list] Dunite meteorites?

From: Greg Hupé <gmhupe_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 18:29:23 -0400
Message-ID: <4F81F3A8E54E4BD7B0B9CAF0DC1AD380_at_Gregor>

Hi All who showed interest so far in the 'only' Dunitic Ureilite, NWA 7630
(so far as I can see)!

I will put together a listing and photos over the next few days and let you
know what is available of this very cool Dunite.

Thank you for your interest!!!

Best Regards,

Greg Hup?
The Hup? Collection
gmhupe at centurylink.net
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Hi Jack and List,

Jack asked, "Wondering why no predominately olivine or dunite meteorites

I actually have two different 'dunitic' meteorites:

NWA 7822 Ungrouped 'Dunitic' Achondrite (>90% Olivine):
(This one has an extremely low TKW and just one piece is left on the web
site. The 5.93g slice that is marked 'Sold' will likely be split into 3 or 4
pieces so there 'might' be a couple small pieces available soon)

NWA 7630 'Dunitic' Ureilite (>90% Olivine):
(I do not have this one listed on my web site yet, but do have prepared
slices. Sorry, no images yet)

-----Original Message-----
From: jack satkoski
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 12:52 PM
To: meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com
Subject: [meteorite-list] Dunite meteorites?

Wondering why no predominately olivine or dunite meteorites exist? Does
this have something to do with proto planet size and crustal evolution?


Jack Satkoski

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