[meteorite-list] Meteorite Photos

From: moni waiblinger-seabridge <moni2555_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun Oct 3 02:34:07 2004
Message-ID: <BAY14-F39mOlbcrYP0Q00036e80_at_hotmail.com>

Thank you Hanno for sharing these wonderful photos from Berlin's Humbold
I had no idea there are so many meteorites found in Germany and Mitteleuropa
Braunau looks amazing and so does Hohenlangenberg. What fusion crust!
It looks like it could be another Ibbenbüren.
And Nentmannsdorf, beautiful, but the third photo on page 8, I can make it
out. It must be an iron with a lot of reflection of a light?

Sternengruss, Moni

>From: Gibeon_at_aol.com
>To: meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com
>CC: meteorite_sale_at_yahoogroups.com,
>Subject: [meteorite-list] Meteorite Photos
>Date: Sat, 02 Oct 2004 20:16:53 -0400
>last weekend I made a 3 day trip to Berlin and visited the Humbold
>University where they have some very famous and historic meteorites on
>I took lots of photos and put them on my homepage.
>I am sure you have never seen most of these meteorites in that size, most
>only in tiny little pieces.
>If you want to take a look, than go to
>choose your language and than klick the button "Berlin HUB 2004"
>There you will find 9 pages full of nice meteorites.
>Have fun to see them.
>Best regards
>Hanno Strufe
>Langenbergstrasse 32
>66954 Pirmasens
>IMCA #4367
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