From: Bernd Pauli HD <bernd.pauli_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:36 2004
Dave Schultz wrote:
> Greetings Listee`s! Ran across this meteorite name the other day and was
> wondering if anyone has ever heard or knows anything about it? What a cool
> sounding name I thought for a meteorite and was also wondering if any was
> avaliable to purchase? I think it was found in Australia! :) Thanx, Dave
Nice to have someone concerned about something reasonable instead
of wasting one's time hurting other people's feelings, disrespecting
other list members' right to their own opinion, replacing friendliness
and cordiality with rude behavior and name calling. And one of the
worst misconceptions in my humble view is to take one's own perspective
as the ONE AND ONLY thing here on this list and elsewhere. WHO do
some people think they are ?
To make MY perspective quite clear. In MY opinion, Michel
Franco tried to give some good advice and he did so in an
absolutely friendly and cordially tone. My two (Euro-) cents!
Now, Dave, now that I've got that off my chest, let's
get back to more pleasant things: M e t e o r i t e s
H4 Ordinary Chondrite
28° 02' S / 138° 08' E
One mass of 3.6 kg was found on a hardened part of a sand dune, about 1
km NW. of Lake Kittakittaooloo, A.F. Williams, Quart. Geol. Notes, Geol.
Surv. S. Australia, 1971, (37). Olivine Fa18.9, B. Mason, Rec. Austr.
Mus., 1974, 29, p. 169.
Received on Fri 09 Mar 2001 03:38:10 PM PST