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are moon 3
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Organic Listing Variations
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no quartz, calcite, magnetite, hematite, or micas in meteorites
Although for convenience we sometimes state here that the minerals quartz, calcite, magnetite, hematite, and micas do not occur in meteorites, ...
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vesicles & amygdules
Highly vesicular volcanic rock is also known as pumice. ... Bottom line: If you have a vesicular rock, even one with a glassy coating, it's probably not a ...
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What to Do If You Think You've Found a Lunar Meteorite
I do want to know, however, why you think it’s a meteorite. .... Many Earth rocks look like some meteorites. Some meteorites look a lot like Earth rocks. ...
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How Do We Know That It's a Rock from the Moon?
Apr 4, 2007 ... A rock that contains quartz, calcite, or mica as a primary mineral is not from the Moon. Some lunar meteorites do, in fact, contain calcite. ...
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no quartz, calcite, magnetite, hematite, or micas in meteorites
Although for convenience we sometimes state here that the minerals quartz, calcite, magnetite, hematite, and micas do not occur in meteorites, ...
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hematite concretions
Hematite concretions or nodules, sometimes called ironstone concretions, ... Jarvis sent this photo of hematite concretions from west Texas. ...
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Randy L. Korotev
Nov 26, 2008 ... his B.S. (1971) and Ph.D. (1976) degrees in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. ... the Meteorite Working Group (MWG, an NSF-NASA advisory group), ... Before becoming a scientist Dr. Korotev worked as a paper boy, .
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basalt and "lava rocks"
Basalt and related rock types like andesite and dacite are rocks that form when volcanoes erupt magma (lava) onto the surface of the earth and the magma ...
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basalt and "lava rocks"
Basalt and related rock types like andesite and dacite are rocks that form when volcanoes erupt magma (lava) onto the surface of the earth and the magma ...
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What to Do If You Think You've Found a Lunar Meteorite
I know some meteorite dealers if you are interested in selling your meteorite. However, nearly all meteorites are ordinary chondrites, which do not have a ...
 
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