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November, 2009

An November 1994 Witnessed Fall: New Halfa, Sudan

An November 1994 Witnessed Fall: New Halfa, Sudan

An November 1994 Witnessed Fall: New Halfa, Sudan 100 Grams is Large? I’m glad someone thought so.     In all its crusted glory, my “large” individual of New Halfa radiates dimpled darkness. I appreciate the unique form this specimen holds. Many individuals of this size prefer more of an ovalized form with smooth sides […]

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2009 Meteorite Vacation

2009 Meteorite Vacation

Paul and I had a fantastic vacation again. Each year I do my article on what happens when we go out. We had decided that this year with all that was going on in our lives that we would take a break from the long days of hunting meteorites from morning to dusk. We had […]

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O. Richard Norton (1937-2009) – A thankful Californian remembers his mentor.

O. Richard Norton (1937-2009) – A thankful Californian remembers his mentor.

An Article In Meteorite-Times Magazine by Robert Verish   O. Richard Norton (1937-2009) A thankful Californian remembers his mentor.   O. Richard Norton (left) with author, jointly holding the Los Angeles Mars rocks Image taken February 2000. I remember the first time that I met O. Richard Norton. It was February 2000 and it was […]

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IMCA Insights – November 2009

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Breccia – Micro Vision

Breccia – Micro Vision

Chuck, I guess you saw where that gent was asking about breccias. I trust he found his way to Wikipedia. They even have pictures he can use in the talk he’s going to give. He was talking about rocks he’d seen at an impact structure and here we talk about micro stuff but the definition […]

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