Fwd: [meteorite-list] meteorite storage

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Date: Thu Apr 22 09:42:05 2004
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FIRST! - Thanks to everyone on this list that have responded to kindly to me.
I appreciate your sharing knowledge with me.

I second that question, My first 3 meteorites are on there way here. Can some
give a quicky on how they need to be stored. Is it okay to handle them with
bare hands. Any special precautions.

I know this probably not a quickie, so if someone actually takes the time to
put it together I will try to get it on a web page. I will fully credit the
writer and then in the future when newbies like me come along you can direct
them to that spot.

Maybe this page already exists. Seems like someone would have done this

Thanks in advance,


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Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:49:20 -0600

Is anyone out there familiar with using Multisorb Technologies' oxygen
absorbing packets in the storage of meteorites?

Dave Hostetter
Curator of the Planetarium
Lafayette (LA) Natural History Museum and Planetarium

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