[meteorite-list] Kem-Kem classification
From: Brice <Brice_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:37:38 2004
Here's what I show:
NWA 001 - Stone, Chondrite (L6) - Possible Origin: Kem Kem
1200 grams (single stone)
NWA 050 - Stone, Chondrite (H5) - Possible Origin: Kem Kem
1145 grams (single stone)
NWA 051 - Stone, Chondrite (L4) - Possible Origin: Kem Kem
330 grams (single stone)
NWA 052 - Stone, Chondrite (L5) - Possible Origin: Kem Kem
1088 grams (single stone)
None of these add up to the 75kg I've seen listed before...so there must be
more "Kem Kem" out there.
Anyone have any more info about "Kem Kem"?
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Beauford <wendirob_at_laplaza.org>
To: <Dfpens_at_aol.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2000 8:12 PM
Subject: [meteorite-list] Kem-Kem classification
My god... what are the odds... I just logged on to post a question to the
list asking for more information on Kem-Kem and here we are... it is already
the topic of discussion.
Here is what I have:
Kem Kem - Dahara, Morocco. Discovered August 1999.
TKW 75 Kg.
Stone Chondrite (L6). Fusion Crusted.
I would like to know if this meteorite has a NWA# or other synonym and
anything else I can find on it. Unfortunately I didn't write down where I
got it. (Does anyone with the same information remember from whom they
purchased theirs?). The classification suggests someone analyzed it...
anyone know who or is this a tentative?
-Robert Beauford : )
> I have two unclassified meteorites, Ross Canyon (Briscoe County, TX, 1945)
> and Kem-Kem (Morocco, 1999). Does anyone know if these have been
> yet, and if so, what the classification is?
> Thanks for any info.
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