Eucrite-mmict slice NWA 13343 - 28×18×3 mm - 4.23 g - (1)

Description
Eucrite-mmict slice NWA 13343 - 28×18×3 mm - 4.23 g - (1)
Africa

Nice and fresh eucrite-mmict meteorite of Achondrite paired to NWA 11504.
It was purchased from a Moroccan seller in Zagora on 2018.

Northwest Africa 11504
History: Reportedly fell in western Algeria on April 15, 2016, however no coordinates or other information are available. Purchased by Michael Farmer in Morocco, 2017.
Physical: Several identical appearing pieces found together, shiny black fusion crust exterior, broken surfaces reveal a very fresh, fine-grained breccia of white and gray grains.
Petrography: (C. Agee, UNM) This meteorite is a fine-grained breccia of primarily pyroxene and plagioclase grains.
Geochem: (C. Agee, UNM) pigeonite Fs60.0±2.0Wo4.7±2.2, Fe/Mn=33±2, n=11; high Ca pyroxene Fs35.5Wo33.1, Fe/Mn=34, n=1; plagioclase An86.2±5.0Ab12.9±4.5Or0.9±0.5, n=3.

As members of the IMCA (International Association of Meteorite Collectors), we guarantee the authenticity of all our pieces.

(The certificate of authenticity will be delivered with the Meteorite)

Lot details
Number of items
1
Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
Eucrite-mmict slice
Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
NWA 13343
Supplement
F
Dimensions
28×18×3 mm
Weight
4.23 g
Origin (Country)
Africa
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