[meteorite-list] Re: First Italian Ataxite-Hot vs Cold
From: Matteo Chinellato <mcomemeteorite2000_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:09 2004
The day from that it turns out to me was cloudy,
therefore as the heat of the meteorite can be
explained? You memory that also the meteorite of
Alfianello had been recovered still warm and with one
strongly smells of sulfur, or the meteorite of Motta
di Conti, or the meteorite of Siena. Me it seems
strange as several persons believe of sure that some
meteorites were warm when they have fallen in others
you leave of the world, while when they fall here in
Italy, the news is taken for one probable idiocy.
--- Frank Cressy <fcressy_at_prodigy.net> wrote:
> Hi Elton and all,
> I didn't read that it was seen falling; only that it
> was hot when it was
> picked up. I've picked up many a piece of iron or
> steel that has been lying
> out in the hot California sun and many were
> certainly too hot to handle,
> especially the dark pieces!!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: EL Jones <jonee_at_epix.net>
> To: Matteo Chinellato <mcomemeteorite2000_at_yahoo.it>
> Cc: Meteoritecentral
> Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 5:19 PM
> Subject: [meteorite-list] Re: First Italian
> Ataxite-Hot vs Cold
> > So....we have one of the first credible eyewitness
> reports of a hot
> meteorite immediately upon landing.... and as
> surmised it was an iron!
> > I am back after a lengthy computer rebuild...(for
> what it is worth)..
> > Warm Regards to Everyone--You have been missed!
> > Elton
> > <SNIP>( Pavia ) walking behind his oxen he saw,
> lyng on the surface of a
> new furrow
> > > aside, a " black heavy stone with metallic
> lustre ".
> > > He said he picked it from the field to closer
> > > it, and had to drop it immediately because of
> its high
> > > temperature. <snip>
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