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May, 2011

May Issue of Meteorite Times Now Up

May Issue of Meteorite Times Now Up

The May issue of Meteorite Times is ready to read and this month we are really excited to announce that we have an exclusive interview with two notable meteorite hunters. You have seen them on TV and now you can read their story and hear from them exactly what meteorite hunting means to them and […]

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The New Concord Meteorite Let’s stop kicking a dead horse

The New Concord Meteorite Let’s stop kicking a dead horse

A May 1860 Witnessed Fall: New Concord, Ohio The New Concord Meteorite Let’s stop kicking a dead horse. Even if New Concord did not kill a calf, let alone hit one, this witnessed fall is a hammer anyway. Sixty-one years before John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, was born, a meteorite fell […]

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The Real Rocks at Reality Rocks

The Real Rocks at Reality Rocks

In general, I am about as far from being a reality TV fan as a person can get. I watch mostly the channels on history and science and my sci-fi movies of course and that is it. Ask me about the news and I can barely tell you a thing about what is going on […]

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IMCA Insights – May 2011

IMCA Insights – May 2011

IMCA Insights – May 2011 How it all started – Part 2 by Anne Black & Various IMCA Members In December 2010 I asked our members for input for our IMCA Insights, and a few questions that would shed light on the different backgrounds of those members who were willing to answer. I asked: How […]

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NWA 5426 R4

NWA 5426 R4

NWA 5426 is a Rumuruti type chondrite. Most R chondrites show brecciation, though Rumuruti itself does not. They have a somewhat high ratio of matrix to chondrules and very little metallic nickel-iron. Chondrules tend not to be the fully melted types (barred, radial, cryptocrystalline and glassy) but, as you’ll see below, there are exceptions. Here […]

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Brix and Hopper – The World Famous Meteorite Hunting Canines

Brix and Hopper – The World Famous Meteorite Hunting Canines

This feature is devoted to personalities within the meteorite community. This month we are delighted to share an interview we had with the world famous meteorite hunting canines Brix and Hopper. How old were you when you first became interested in meteorites? I just turned three in April so I started at a very young […]

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Meteorite Calendar – May 2011

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Canyon Diablo Iron Coconino Co., Arizona

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Indochinite Tektite Half Disc

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