[meteorite-list] Adam's NWA 2989 Acapulcoite

From: MARK BOSTICK <thebigcollector_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue Feb 14 22:47:15 2006
Message-ID: <BAY111-F300EC73EBE76D04F655AD9B3FA0_at_phx.gbl>

Re: Jim noted, "I got this slice in a trade from Blaine Reed under the NWA
2871 number which had a tkw of 3467 grams."


As par for you Jim, very awesome slice. I mistyped my last e-mail, my slice
is NWA 2871. At 2.2 grams it is much smaller then Jim's 178...but it would
be just as impressive if this was a two-dimensional world. I'll let you
think on that for a second. (pause.)

"Blaine is not a list member."

No, he sees the list as a bad thing. As we do tend to kick up dust every so
often...and turn people off of meteorites.

"Sorry about the bad photos"

As you noted, it is a very hard meteorite to photograph well. Mine is even
a little harder to photograph....as I can't seem to find it off hand to
share it. Did I ever tell you about the lunar meteorite I found? That NWA
482 slice was lost for almost a year.....

Clear Skies,
Mark Bostick
Wichita, Kansas...yes Kansas...where meteorites are about 2500 years old!
Received on Tue 14 Feb 2006 10:47:08 PM PST

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