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New Nevada Cold Find 3 Replies

Started by Keith Semanko in Meteorite Hunting. Last reply by Keith Semanko on Wednesday.

Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only 2241 Replies

Started by Geoff Notkin in Learn About Meteorites. Last reply by Michael Mulgrew Apr 26.

Mysterious pattern hided in a rock 4 Replies

Started by yujun Hu in Special Events. Last reply by Craig Moody Apr 21.

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.

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

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Keith Semanko replied to Keith Semanko's discussion New Nevada Cold Find
"No luck today; I've been covering a lot of ground in the area for the past couple of weeks, looking for new nugget patches. If there was any kind of strewn field, I surely would have hit more meteorites. So, it looks like my stone is just a…"
Wednesday
Keith Semanko replied to Keith Semanko's discussion New Nevada Cold Find
"Thanks, Michael. I will be looking for more tomorrow. A stone that size would put it at about the middle of a strewn field, if there is one."
Tuesday
Michael Mulgrew replied to Keith Semanko's discussion New Nevada Cold Find
"Heck yea!  Great looking find, hope there's a ton more out there, plan on looking for more?  Or think it was a lucky one-time find?"
Monday
Keith Semanko posted a discussion
Monday
Michael Mulgrew replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"That's called patina and is formed on rocks that sit on the surface for a long time; nothing in your pictures indicates a meteorite, but rather a terrestrial rock."
Apr 26
Michael R. Tautkus replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Mundrabilla Iron Meteorite"
Apr 23
Michael R. Tautkus replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"There is quite a difference I see between the sample you posted and the images I have. The main difference is the glazed dark red crust I have on my sample. Thin but very visible. The crust on my sample is as a glazed surface of a kiln on pottery."
Apr 23
Craig Moody replied to yujun Hu's discussion Mysterious pattern hided in a rock
"Absolutely not a meteorite, and that so called x-ray image is a fake."
Apr 21
Carl Patzer posted a photo

CLARK COUNTY (IRON TYPE IIIF) FOUND IN KENTUCKY IN 1937. (3.94 GM.ETCHED PART-SLICE)

New to my collection. A rare classification. Only 9 meteorites classified as IIIF in the meteoritical bulletin.Ex-NEMS
Apr 19
Carl Patzer replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"I concur with Michael . it appears to be terrestrial iron ore.  I have a similar specimen in my mineral collection. See my example here;"
Apr 19
Michael Mulgrew replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Hello, that appears to be a terrestrial iron ore, I do not see any meteorite traits - no fusion crust, no regmaglypts, no free metal, and much to angular exterior."
Apr 19
Michael R. Tautkus replied to Geoff Notkin's discussion Is This A Meteorite? Post Meteorite ID Questions To This Thread Only
"Hello, I bought a rock collection at an estate sale. In the collection I found this heavy reddish brown rock. I used a magnet and found out it has a lot of iron in it. I am fairly sure this is a space rock. But do not have any idea where it was…"
Apr 16
 
 
 

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