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Lunar Meteorite

Yamato 82192, 82193, & 86032
(paired stones)

Yamato Mountains, Antarctica

 

Yamato 82192 and 82193 (no photos) are small stones found during the 1982/1983 JARE-NIPR field season. Yamato 86032, pictured above, is a large stone found 4 years later about 2 km away. They are different stones from a single fall.

(photo credit: from Figure 1 of Takeda et al., 1989)

 

A slab of Yamato 86032. The yellow letters designate black (impact melt), dark gray, light gray, and white (anorthosite) lithologies

(photo credit: from Yamaguchi et al. (2004))

 


Sawn face of Yamato 86032
(photo credit: Randy Korotev)

 

Two sides of a fragment of Yamato 82192 containing a large clast. Tenth-of-an-inch grid in background. Click on image for enlargement.

(photo credit: Randy Korotev)

 

Two sides of a fragment of Yamato 82193. Click on image for enlargement.

(photo credit: Randy Korotev)

 

Two sides of two fragment of Yamato 86032. Click on image for enlargement.

(photo credit: Randy Korotev)

 

More Information

Meteoritical Bulletin Database

Yamato 82192 | 82193 | 86032

Map: NIPR Location Map

 

References

 

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Prepared by
: Randy L. Korotev
 
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Washington University in St. Louis

Please don't contact me about the meteorite you think you've found until you read this and this.


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Last revised: 12-July-2017