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Friday
Michael Mulgrew replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"River cobble."
Thursday
Rick replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"strange rock,magnetic,fusion crust?"
Thursday
Steven Juchnowski replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Steve, The site is located in the south eastern corner of Australia. You are right in suggesting the presence of glacial activity which is not only supported by the presence of gouge marks in the intrusion but the geologic map of the area indicates…"
Thursday
Steve Poterala replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Not sure where your site is located, but the shape and appearance of the various exposed rocks make me wonder if it was subject to glacial activity (there's nothing that strongly suggests this, but terrain looks vaguely similar to glaciated…"
Sep 12
Steven Juchnowski replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Thanks for your comments Jansen. The site is located in a State Park and there are sand mines in the region outside the park. Here is a google map of the granite intrusion where the samples were found. The granite intrusion is pock marked with…"
Sep 12
Dwight Hiscano replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Thank you Carl!"
Sep 12
Dwight Hiscano replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Thank you Rogan- I will!"
Sep 12
Jansen Lyons replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Hi Steven, Thank you for the excellent presentation. I have seen both natural florescence as well as carbonaceous meteorites in person, along with having a small piece in my collection, and have to agree with Mr. Korotev. Organic materials sometimes…"
Sep 12
Steven Juchnowski replied to Steven Juchnowski's discussion Is this a Carbonaceous Chondrite?
"My apologies. Post sent to correct thread. Steven"
Sep 12
Steven Juchnowski replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Hello, This is my first post and I hope it generates some interest. I found a 3 gram sample including some very small fragments on a large granite intrusion outcrop. In 1963 there was a report issued in a geological journal that a school boy was…"
Sep 12
Michael Mulgrew replied to Steven Juchnowski's discussion Is this a Carbonaceous Chondrite?
"It does not look like a meteorite to me. There are multitudes of terrestrial rocks that fluoresce, e.g. https://geology.com/articles/fluorescent-minerals/"
Sep 12
 
 
 

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