From: moni waiblinger-seabridge <moni2555_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:32:50 2004
Message-ID: <BAY14-F18EvOszlBcWw0005819a_at_hotmail.com>

Hi Pierre- Marie, Vincent, Jean-Marc!

This is really an outstanding group, isn't it List?

What a *belle "météorite de Palencia" !

I am sure all of you saw the images also and just look at the landscape!
Its not a dry lake!!
Well done!
Congratulation*! :-))

Sternengruss, Moni

>From: Pierre-Marie PELE <pierre.pele_at_voila.fr>
>Reply-To: pierre.pele_at_voila.fr
>To: meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com
>Subject: [meteorite-list] SPANISH BOLIDE : IMPORTANT FIND !
>Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 21:56:33 +0100 (CET)
>Our recovery team went to Spain from 8th to 14th March 2004. We followed
>the estimated trajectory of the bolide observed over Spain the 4th January
>2004. At the moment, only two small fragments have been recovered by a
>journalist on vacation in the area and several other stones by a Spanish
>recovery team.
>We are the first meteorite hunters to have done a significient find. On the
>10th March 2004 in the afternoon, we found on a track a complete 1380 grams
>meteorite in the north of the Palencia District.
>It is classified as a H chondrite. Our museum quality individual is 98%
>covered with fusion crust. There's a small window showing the inside, with
>shock veins.
>The first worldwide public show of this meteorite will be done by our
>recovery group at the Ensisheim Show, in June 2004.
>You can anyway look at some pictures of our find on our website
>Pierre-Marie PELE
>Faites un voeu et puis Voila ! www.voila.fr
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