of a sawn slice of Cape
Girardeau H6 (Missouri, fall, 1846), with electronic flash lighting
from two different angles. Click on image for enlargement. Thanks to Karl
Aston for the sample.
Africa (NWA) H5 chondrite
probably LL, chondrite from the US. Sawn face on left, exterior with fusion
crust on right.
A large slice of a new stone of the H4-6 chondrite Seminole.
There are thousands of sub-millimeter metal grains in this slice.
Sawn face of
Dry Lake 036 (L6; find, 2010, CA). This meteorite shows dark veins
of impact melt, a feature sometimes seen in ordinary chondrites. All of
the small (<1 mm) light-colored specks in the image are metal grains.
Millimeter ticks for scale (bottom). Click on image for enlargement (big).