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October, 2009

An October 1933 Witnessed Fall: Pesyanoe, Russia

An October 1933 Witnessed Fall: Pesyanoe, Russia

An October 1933 Witnessed Fall: Pesyanoe, Russia The Rarest Look the Part The year 1933 was the best ever in terms of witnessed meteorite falls. No less than 18 were reported that year which amounts to an average of one new meteorite fall every 20 days! The picture below shows the dirty gray crust on […]

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Engineering a New Saw

Engineering a New Saw

Paul and I are heading out for vacation in a couple days and with that on my mind I have been unable to think of anything really great to write about for this month. I thought , “go back and look at what you have written on before and see if that gives you any […]

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New Fraud Tactics in the Mineral Trade

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IMCA Insights – October 2009

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Type 3 Chondrites – Meteorite Micro Visions

Type 3 Chondrites – Meteorite Micro Visions

Hola Chuck, Yes, I like Type 3 chondrites but I don’t think I said they were pristine. Maybe you heard someone else say that. I think I said they are the least changed by heat and water. I admit that I was being careful with my wording because I know that some chondrites that the […]

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