A few of us were talking meteorites when one friend mentioned Moorabie. When I couldn’t recall the stone I was admonished to refresh my memory as soon as possible. I make amends with this column.
Even before checking my small collection I consulted David Weir’s Moorabie page to see what the score was. He lays out the reasons for the “anomalous” classification and why the “L” designation is a bit tentative. Researchers make a good case for Moorabie being from an ordinary chondrite parent body other than the H, L and LL PBs.