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Lamesa (b) (L5)

In 1985, after a particularly hard rain, a farmer found a large rock in a ditch near Lamesa, Texas. For the next 20 years, he used the rock as a bookend. Then in 2005, the rock was finally recognized for what it actually is—a chondrite L5. The Lamesa meteorite has a total known weight of 1.44 kg.

For more information about the Aldama(b) visit the Meteoritical Bulletin Entry Here: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php?code=12452

   
ID #: Lamesa17-3
Weight : 17.3 g
Price: $86.50
Notes: 4mm thick
ID #: Lamesa23Weight : 23 g
Price: $115.00
Notes: 4 mm thick
   
ID #: Lamesa52
Weight : 52 g
Price: $260.00
Notes: End Slice A card will be included with specimen.
 Back of specimen.

 A specimen card will be included.

2 Comments

  1. Terry Hinson says:

    I don’t see a Lamesa(b)or(a) in IMCA or MetBul. The “Lamesa” that is listed is an Iron.
    Can you help me understand what you have here?

    thanks

    • mccartney says:

      Lamesa(b) was provisional. It should be in the MetBul by now, but isn’t. Submitted via Ted Bunch at NAU.

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