[meteorite-list] 1876 Scientific American, Tucson Ring, NHM & the "Ovifak"
From: capricorn89 <capricorn89_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:57 2004
A 4. The earthquake, not a meteorite classification.
Shock a few meteorites off of a few collectors' shelves, nothing significant
re: damage. :=)
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Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2001 5:01 PM
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] 1876 Scientific American, Tucson Ring, NHM &
> 1) isn't it a little too coincidental that the Tucson Ring was shipped "by
> Tucson freighter Augustin Ainsa", the same name as the Spanish explorer
> supposedly discovered it 126 years earlier (Juan Bautiste Ainsa)...
> << one among many other mysteries surrounding the Tucson iron masses.
> are (at least) three Juan Bautista Ainsas in the genealogy of the
> family: >>
> Knowledge, and the sharing thereof. LONG LIVE THE LIST! (Thanks,
> (WOW! Mere seconds ago (as I was reaching for the "send" button) Los
> got a goooood earthquake jolt!) Think I'll investigate the house for
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