[meteorite-list] Potential Ureilite‏

From: Michael Mulgrew <mikestang_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 15:03:32 -0700
Message-ID: <CAMseTy3DFroeR8bL3D5Q51qH6odtJj2UrU8c1GMTobCcjExNww_at_mail.gmail.com>

I have a very deep scratch on my windshield from a piece of dry lake
mud that got dragged by my windshield wiper. I'm not sure what
correlation you can make between something scratching glass and its
identification. I'm pretty certain the dry lake mud was not from a

Michael in so. Cal.

On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 2:03 PM, William Feek <lunarmajor at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks folks for all the advice, suggestions, and opinions, I get the overall idea and I'll not give so much weight to my simple little test. By the way, the reference to nitric was a joke, seriously it was just a joke, I'd never use nitric, sulphuric however is a different story.
> To address some of your questions and to clarify things a little: Yes I'm sure it's a meteorite, it doesn't have much crust remaining but there's enough to determine it's a meteorite. Concerning my scratch test, the scratches produced are very light, but I'm not going by how heavy or light the scratches might be, I'm feeling for how the stone bites into the glass, which it does with not any more pressure than say when you rub your eyes. Concerning images of a window, it's whole and has no window, if and when I get around to producing one I'll be sure to add some to my website and give a heads up.
> Thanks again, William
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