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Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only 1403 Replies

Started by Geoff Notkin in Learn About Meteorites. Last reply by Jerry Spence 1 hour ago.

Red Dry Lake day hunt 2 Replies

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Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter 4 Replies

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Frog shaped meteorites 7 Replies

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New Meteorite Fall In Russia 364 Replies

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New Acquistitions 80 Replies

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Russian Meteorites- My Very First 17 Replies

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Question regarding Impact Melt 7 Replies

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Tool for meteorite hunting 5 Replies

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400g Libyan Desert Glass 3 Replies

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phoenix meteor 13 Replies

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***Possible Short Film*** 3 Replies

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Club Space Rock Design, All Please Read 21 Replies

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Asteroid Day and SETI Talks in California, June 30 1 Reply

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An Introduction 3 Replies

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Forward Scattering method radio meteor detection . 5 Replies

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Scientists Say They've Unearthed A Completely New Kind Of Meteorite..... 3 Replies

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Jerry Spence replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Here are a few of my pieces of possible Irons ( and one older looking one that is more stony looking). All but the first are completely metal, very dense, and very magnetic. Hope these pics are clear enough.…"
1 hour ago
Craig Moody posted a discussion

For Sale!! 1,940g beautifully etched full slice of Campo del Cielo

I am parting with this treasure!  It is a polished and etch slice of the Argentinian Iron Campo del Cielo.Etched on both sides, which display a beautiful coarse octahedrite Widmanstatten Pattern.  There are also large silicate inclusions.  This comes with the glass shadowbox, lined with royal blue satin fabric, seen in the last photo. This would look fantastic hanging on a wall. The slice is held in place by three rare earth magnets.  These are fastened to the back, and the fabric is over them,…See More
yesterday
Jansen Lyons replied to Michael Mulgrew's discussion Red Dry Lake day hunt
"That's awesome! Great puzzle find for you guys, too. Cheers, Jansen"
yesterday
Craig Moody replied to Michael Mulgrew's discussion Red Dry Lake day hunt
"How very cool!  Congrats!"
Wednesday
Michael Mulgrew posted a discussion

Red Dry Lake day hunt

Red Dry Lake, AZMark and I spent a day hunting Red Dry Lake.  I made a find in a little blow-out spot and called Mark over to show him the rock.  A few minutes later, as I was documenting my find, Mark found one about 60' away right in the spot I told him I was gonna be hunting!  They looked similar, so we compared them, and I popped them right together.  They are two pieces of the same stone.  Mark is such a good guy that he gave his piece to me.  More than likely this is paired to…See More
Wednesday
Feng Yueshan shared Igor's photo on Facebook
Tuesday
Anne M. Black replied to Jansen Lyons's discussion Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter
"I agree Michael. And I don't believe it should be advertised and sold as lunar until the classification is done and it has its own NWA number."
Tuesday
Michael Mulgrew replied to Jansen Lyons's discussion Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter
"It's a creative way to sell meteorites, but in my opinion it's not really a "kickstarter project", per se..."
Monday
Feng Yueshan shared a profile on Facebook
Monday
Jansen Lyons replied to Jansen Lyons's discussion Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter
"Hey Anne, It's already gone through classification, the project is the funding of the slices and research for the piece for the official NomCom submission and similar. It is for the larger individuals, the picture that is, and the smaller ones…"
Sunday
Anne M. Black replied to Jansen Lyons's discussion Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter
"Jansen, Are we sure it is a Lunar?  what type? Has it been classified?  If yes, Who did the classification? Is it the one in the pictures? the NWA # is black-out, and it says 2014 Kickstarter? "
Aug 20
Jansen Lyons posted a discussion

Steve Arnold Lunar Kickstarter

Hey all!I know it's been a while since I've posted anything, but here's to getting back in the grove.I just backed Steve Arnold's newest Kickstarter Project, and if all goes well, I'll have a piece of the newest Lunar meteorite, and it will be my first lunar meteorite for my collection! Any other takers? The pledges are anywhere from $25 for a 0.1 gram slice to way up to $2700 for a marvelous endcut with great crust and all! Let's support Steve in his project and keep the community…See More
Aug 17
 
 
 

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