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    Quote Originally Posted by galenrog View Post
    If you would heed good advice and obtain appropriate reference material, you can then answer most of your own questions.

    There are numerous online references for both meteorites, tektites, and impactites. Print out what is applicable to you so you have references when away from your computer.

    Time for more coffee. And a nap.

    Stone is normal and earthly?
    The thin bark of melting - is. - I think only fire very hot fire can do tihs.
    Magnetic - is
    The inner part is gray-blue, does not scratch the glass, inside the gray there are green and yellow and white inclusions of the melted crystals..
    Regmaglypt - there is, and the aerodynamic shape too.
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  2. #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naukoveckiy View Post
    Quartz Melting point 1713-1728 C
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    Attachment 1693073 - white filling of the stone
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    What make do that with him?
    ...

    May be and most likely the white inside not a Quartz. I think this white frome pristine cataclastic anorthosite
    Under the microscop and polyarisation light it is not a quartz.
    who thinks what
    Last edited by Naukoveckiy; Mar 21, 2019 at 02:52 PM.

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    I suggesting to visit some museum with meteorites, first. It can be a collector of meteorites at your country. Make photos and try to remember as much as you can. Than go on field.
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    Good hunting
    R2R

  4. #19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art_Blade View Post
    I suggesting to visit some museum with meteorites, first. It can be a collector of meteorites at your country. Make photos and try to remember as much as you can. Than go on field.
    Hellow,
    Dear friend how long have you seen for example - pristine cataclastic anorthosite (from Apollo 16 sample 60025)? or other moon and another rear space stones?
    Many of us find some thing normal and standard in unusual memorized earlier, but logic and thinking do not include .
    On the topic - if I have not seen, then this is not it.
    And the conditions where it lay? too, as often by analysis. The habitual form of the bark could have changed in the wet for 1000 years, and so on.
    Sorry.

 

 
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