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ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2008 Part 1

Hello Meteorite Aficionados!

Here are a few picts of another wonderful ENSISHEIM METEORITE SHOW: 

Blue sky and great friends and meteorite lovers from all over the world:-)))

Cheers, Peter

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Roger P., Svend and lovely Claire Buhl, Achim Karl, Luc L.(?), Jürgen Nauber, Hanno Strufe.

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Ready to admit five new Guardians of the Ensisheim Meteorite.

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Mike Farmer, Hans Koser, Dr. Svend Buhl, three of the new Guardians.

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The diploma of Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, now a Meteorite Guardian.

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Dr. Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin

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New Guardian of the Ensisheim Meteorite: John Kashuba

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Eulogy for John (in French)

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"Meteorite Guy" Mike Farmer

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Many thanks for the Show: Prof. Zelimir Gabelica and lovely Prof. Sabine Valange (at the far right).

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Even the bars of a basement window are a bit different in Ensisheim...

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Friday evening party: lovely Tina and Michael having a lot of fun:-)

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The French table with Philippe Thomas (center)...

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Luc Labenne and Luis Bruschini (Patagonia) always in the mood for a joke...

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Chladnis Heirs: Martin Altmann and Stefan Ralew.

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Mohamed Sbai and Hans Koser.

ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2008 Part 2

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