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Pultusk (H5)

On January 30, 1868, near the small town of Pultusk, Poland, a number of people observed a large fireball plummeting through the night sky. The fireball broke apart in a series of detonations and produced a sizable shower of small fragments, known as Pultusk Peas, across an area of more than 127 km. The total known weight of the meteorite is estimated to be around 250 kg.

For more information about the Pultusk (H5)  visit the Meteoritical Bulletin Entry Here: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php?code=18901

The Pultusk meteorite is classified as an H chondrite. It is veined and brecciated, and the specimens are rich in xenolith. The specimens for sale are recent finds in Pultusk and have 140 years of weathering. The matrix has darkened in that time.


ID #: Pultusk29-9Weight : 29.9 gPrice: $Sold Description:  Nice end cut.  Cut side had been treated with a protective coating.

Measurements: 25mm x 21mm x 17mm

ID #: Pultusk 39-5Weight : 39.5 gPrice: $ 316.00Description: Slice

Measurements: 55m x 48mm 4mm

ID#: Pultusk49-5Weight: 49.5 gPrice: $396.00Description: Nice Slice

Measurements: 45mm x 44mm x 4mm

ID #: Pultusk53.5Weight : 53.5 gPrice: $428.00Description: End cut with protective coating on cut side.

Measurements: 40mm x 41mm x 15mm

 ID #: Pultusk 65.5Weight : 65.5 gPrice: $524.00

Description: End cut with protective coating on cut side.

Measurements:  45mm x 30mm x21mm

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