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.
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- Number of items
- Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
- Eucrite-mmict slice
- Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
- NWA 13343
- 28×18×3 mm
- 4.23 g
- Origin (Country)