[meteorite-list] AD: METEORITE CLASSIFICATION SERVICE
From: Arriere Ban <arriere_ban_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed Jul 12 05:02:04 2006
Yes, it would be interesting and quite informative to
compare prices, conditions, speed and of course
quality of different classification services available
world wide. Does any-one has this info?
--- dean bessey <deanbessey_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> Since the new millinium started everybody in the
> meteorite world has had a wonderful problem: To many
> meteorites. I think everybody who buys meteorites
> me wants to know how to get a meteorite classified.
> Since I moved down under I have found a very
> enthusiastic and helpful meteorite community in this
> part of the world.
> I have teamed up with two institutions, the Bathurst
> Observatory and the University of Western Sydney and
> for a fee I expect that classifications can now be
> done in a timely and affordable manner. We are
> for a month turnaround but we will see how that idea
> goes. I have meteorites waiting for as long as four
> years for a classification now so I suspect that
> is a need for a classification service.
> See here for more details:
> My website still needs work but any dealer
> in submitting meteorites on behalf of their
> and in exchanging banners let me know.
> Anybody wanting a meteorite classified and submitted
> to the met society please send me an email.
> DEAN BESSEY
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Received on Wed 12 Jul 2006 05:02:02 AM PDT