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Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only 2234 Replies

Started by Geoff Notkin in Learn About Meteorites. Last reply by wayne baxley 17 hours ago.

Mysterious pattern hided in a rock 3 Replies

Started by yujun Hu in Special Events. Last reply by yujun Hu on Wednesday.

Celebrities that Collect.... 2 Replies

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Feb 15.

New admin staff....... 4 Replies

Started by Craig Moody in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Carl Patzer Feb 15.

Happy New Years! 1 Reply

Started by Craig Moody in General Topics. Last reply by Michael Mulgrew Jan 11.

Two strewn fields, two days, two meteorites 9 Replies

Started by Michael Mulgrew in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Michael Mulgrew Dec 14, 2020.

Money from Heaven 1 Reply

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Dec 2, 2020.

A few picts from the field, sadly no meteorites 2 Replies

Started by Michael Mulgrew in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Charlie Devine Nov 21, 2020.

“Black Beauty” Study 2 Replies

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Nov 18, 2020.

Hamburg, an Organic Rich H4 2 Replies

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Oct 31, 2020.

FIVE THINGS LEARNED FROM THE ANTARCTIC SEARCH FOR METEORITES 1 Reply

Started by Michael Mulgrew in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Carl Patzer Oct 31, 2020.

NWA 482 FOR SALE+482 THIN SECTION 5 Replies

Started by dwayne gerhard in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by dwayne gerhard Sep 17, 2020.

Aguas Zarcas 2 Replies

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Sep 14, 2020.

Australia Desert Fireball Network Scores 1 Reply

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Michael Mulgrew Aug 10, 2020.

Germany’s Largest Stone Meteorite Recognized 3 Replies

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer Jul 31, 2020.

Killed by a Meteorite? 1 Reply

Started by Charlie Devine in General Topics. Last reply by Carl Patzer May 20, 2020.

Meteorite from my collection but what kind? 2 Replies

Started by Erik in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Erik Apr 9, 2020.

Fireball Steve 1 Reply

Started by Michael Mulgrew in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Jack Lewis Apr 8, 2020.

COVID-19 3 Replies

Started by Craig Moody in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Craig Moody Mar 22, 2020.

Augas Zarcas and 2020 F2

Started by David Allan John Seargent in General Topics Mar 17, 2020.

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wayne baxley replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"If you look at the center of it you will see a large orange melted olivine and the surface is melted olivine ,no rust..extremely strong attraction to a rare earth magnet..I did not want to cut it but as soon as i can find a place here in pensacola…"
17 hours ago
Michael Mulgrew replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"I overlooked this post, I would have offered help as well. The easiest thing to do is to upload your pictures to a website, such as ImgBB — Upload Image — Free Image Hosting and this website will then provide you with a link to…"
yesterday
Carl Patzer replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Hello Audrey, welcome to the forum. I am one of the longer time members here, but admittedly I have not been as active as of late. You certainly are not to be faulted for asking for guidance. As a hopefully helpful suggestion, it might be easier for…"
yesterday
Steve Poterala replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"I doubt anyone is offended.  This forum just isn't getting much traffic these days.  There are a lot of extremely knowledgeable folks that still check in on occasion.  200k is the file size limit for photos posted to this…"
yesterday
Audrey c. Pfeifer replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"I guess I don’t quite understand what to do next. Apparently it is a no-no to ask for help on the forum site. I am sorry if I have offended. I will be 90 years of age in April and while I spent most of my adult life as a medical professional,…"
yesterday
yujun Hu replied to yujun Hu's discussion Mysterious pattern hided in a rock
"Thanks.The roke is not in luggage when the X-Ray image was taken. The nature image of it is below. According to the chemical composition test, It has been determined it is not slag"
Wednesday
Craig Moody replied to yujun Hu's discussion Mysterious pattern hided in a rock
"It has nothing to do with the rock, but most likely the luggage it was in."
Tuesday
yujun Hu replied to yujun Hu's discussion Mysterious pattern hided in a rock
"X-ray image"
Feb 20
yujun Hu posted a discussion

Mysterious pattern hided in a rock

Please look at the X-ray image below first.When you see the pattern that is formed by white spots, what do you think of?Is it the fruit that intelligence bears, or accidental natural phenomena?Is it a kind of code hiding information, or do it means no significance?The image is taken by an X-Ray baggage scanner, when a rock of mine passes through the scanner. Please note that the scanner works properly and the white color in an X-ray image means penetration rate of X-ray is 100%.If you are…See More
Feb 20
David Griffin posted a photo

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Appears to be fusion crust - can anyone verify or disprove? Tested positive for nickel content.
Feb 17
Carl Patzer replied to Charlie Devine's discussion Celebrities that Collect....
"The famous Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton collected a meteorite during the Nimrod expedition in 1908. this was later sold at an auction in around 2002 to none other than Bill Gates. (the softball size meteorite was encased in silver strapwork…"
Feb 15
Carl Patzer replied to Craig Moody's discussion New admin staff.......
"Maybe at some point some of us 'oldies' could have a zoom brainstorming meeting about this. If someone would be willing to set up and host one (I myself am unable to host) I would gladly participate.  just a thought......."
Feb 15
 
 
 

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