Update: September, 2012
6293 - Diogenite
This is one of the most beautiful and interesting diogenites ever, full of weird inclusions and it has a small component
derived from plutonic eucrite material. The meteorite is very dense and hard. These are all stunning slices, about 2 - 3 mm
thick and mirror polished on one side!
|NWA 6293 Diogenite 30.7g (ca. 70 x 50 mm) HOLD.
NWA 6343 - Eucrite breccia
This is another new, beautiful and very fresh Eucrite breccia. TKW is only 64.5 grams!
Great slices, about 2 - 3 mm thick and polished on one side!
Price is $ 25.00 per gram!
Description: Polymict breccia composed mostly of
basaltic eucrite clasts and debris, with some cumulate eucrite clasts. Minerals include exsolved pigeonite
(clinopyroxene lamellae within orthopyroxene host, and vice versa), calcic
plagioclase, silica polymorph, ilmenite and troilite. Orthopyroxene (Fs61.2-62.8Wo2.3-1.2;
FeO/MnO = 30.9-32.4), clinopyroxene (Fs26.4-27.1Wo42.9-42.5;
FeO/MnO = 31.6-32.2).
|NWA 6343 Eucrite breccia 3.843 g (ca. 25 x 25 mm) SOLD!
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