In June 2010 in the town of Plainview, Texas, McCartney Taylor found the first specimens of Plainview E in a pile of rocks located in the backyard of an elderly woman. The total known weight of the Plainview E is 1250 grams. Specimens are covered by a dark brown colored weathering patina with residual fusion crust. The interior of the Plainview E is dark brown as well. The Plainview E is classified as and ordinary chondrite and may be paired with other Planview stones.
For more information about the Plainview (E) visit the Meteoritical Bulletin Entry Here: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php?code=54437
|ID # plainviewe0-7
Weight : 0.7 g
Notes: Dimensions: 15mm x 10mm x 1mm
|ID # plainviewe0-8
Weight : 0.8 g
Notes: Dimensions 16mm x 8mm x 1mm
|ID # plainviewe172.6
Weight : 172.6 g
Notes: End cut. Dimensions 66mm x 58 mm x 26mm
|ID # plainviewe670
Weight : 670 g
Notes: End cut with dimensions 75mm x 75mm x 58mm
A specimen card will be included.