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The opinions expressed in the Hoover Digest are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, or their supporters.The Hoover Digest (ISSN 1088-5161) is published quarterly by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford CA 94305-6010.magazine, Nov., 1996 - cover story) Scientists believe the E chondrites come from within the orbit of Mercury (as certain constituents could only have formed in heat that close to the sun) Many feel Mercury, itself is the actual body of origin for the Es. "Rubin and Scott argue effectively for two distinct impact events with an intervening period of brecciation through meteoroid bombardment to explain the diamonds and partially melted clasts...." (Kempton, 1996) Besides for all that, it is a VERY zappy meteorite visually. That is what I will offer it for here 700- .695g(EUC unbr) Found Morocco, 2000 30° 33' N., 4° 54' W. Later, a second, 400g stone was recovered which was originally thought to be a new Chassignite. Still, for the first ten years after the fall, material was readily available to the private collector.0/g : Acapulcoites are named after this unique meteorite - and there are precious few of them - and they are ALL small. However, Rubin of UCLA identified it as a second stone of Agoult. Ongoing research on this unique, unbreciated eucrite will undoubtedly yield interesting information. Since that time, however, whole specimens have become increasingly difficult to obtain.In the confusion [there was the] thought it was an aircraft firing rockets, so he dived under the hedge for protection. About 300 feet above the ground, the meteorite that was heading for Barwell exploded into fragments.Pieces were scattered over a wide area..fortunately no-one was hurt....Recent years have produced almost exclusively broken, field weathered and/or dirt stained stones, and, on at least one occasion, a prospective buyer was beaten by banditos. So, while most collectors cannot afford an SNC ("Mars rock") and few in the world have a piece of the earth's moon, you can easily afford an excellent specimen of likely Mars' lunar material!(research since the Phobos report indicates several OTHER possible sources in the asteroid belt also give off identical surface reflection spectrogram readings - in fact, some now feel that Phobos, itself, may be one of these asteroids, having been "captured" by Mars) One of the most spectacular falls of the 20th century.
The Hoover Digest offers informative writing on politics, economics, and history by the scholars and researchers of the Hoover Institution, the public policy research center at Stanford University.It has been dated at 4.5 billion years, which makes it older than the Earth itself." (Note: This report misidentifies the typology as a carbonaceous chondrite - Barwell is actually an L6) - nice frags available: .116g = SOLD .186g = SOLD .267g = SOLD .315g = SOLD .330g = SOLD .507g = SOLD #1 = -Rio Negro, Uruguay, 1994 One mass of 80 Kg was found & recovered by Edwin Thompson. /g 350g = 3,500- (H5) Found Oklahoma, about 1938. This is one of those now famous stories: Beaver was a single mass stone which a farmer struck with his plow eight consevutive years in a row, before digging it up and taking it into his house.Shortly after its release, unscrupulous dealersbegan to sell Campo slices as Baygorria, as they are both IAB Irons and cannot be destinguished from one another apart from a Certificate Of Authenticity, which I provide. The Shariff, upon seeing the rock, hefted it, admiring its weight and borrowed it to use as a doorstop in the county jail (stones are non-existant in the panhandle of Oklahoma, so, this rock was a welcomed asset).This material was selling at the Denver show this year (2001) at 0/g dispite the deflated market and dramatically reduced attendence. This is a SPECTACULAR piece at an increadably low price of 5/g! This meteorite is almost undoubtedly the most researched meteorite to date.Thick pieces of it can be found elsewhere in the US for 0/g - here it can be had in THIN partslices at the same price, yielding vastly greater surface area to weight ratio. : 64.4 gram endcut, showing orientation and LOTS of fusion crust. It contains extremely large chondrules, various organic compounds and inclusions of an aluminum-calcium-titanium mineral that may be the first silicate minerals to have condensed within the solar nebula while our sun was only a proto-star in the process of being born.