[meteorite-list] A couple pretty thin section photos

From: Steve Witt <stelor96_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:36 2004
Message-ID: <20010306090934.61813.qmail_at_web9613.mail.yahoo.com>


   The pictures are fantastic!! I'm going to stick my neck out and
make a guess here, and would appreciate input from other list

   Obviously I can't make a determination of whether the specimens
are H, L, or LL's but due to the amazing abundance of chondrules, if
these specimens were classified wouldn't they be in the 3 range as in
an H-3 or L-3.5 etc...

   I'm still a rooky at this addiction, so I'd really appreciate any
feedback I could get.


--- dean bessey <deanbessey_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> I thought that some of you might like a couple nice photos that I
> made with
> my digital camera of a couple thin sections that I got today. The
> first one
> in particular is probably the nicest thin section that I have ever
> seen. The
> photos are big so it might take a while to download but its worth
> the wait.
> http://www.meteoriteshop.com/aa-thinsections.htm
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