4x/0.25, carbonaceous, chondrite, CV, LMScope, Nikon D810, northwest africa, scope2, zerene stacker

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

Presented here is the second in a series of three large panoramas of the NWA 2224 meteorite. The images were captured with light between polarization filters set to low degree for effect.

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4x/0.25, calcium-aluminium-rich inclusion, carbonaceous, chondrite, CV, LMScope, Nikon D810, northwest africa, polarized, scope2, zerene stacker

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

NWA 2224 Meteorite Thin Section

Presented here is a large panorama of the NWA 2224 meteorite. There are a number of interesting inclusions and chondrules. Although the left side is thinner in spots, resulting in a different polarization, it helps reveal other details.

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4x/0.25, carbonaceous, chondrite, CO, LMScope, named fall, Nikon D810, polarized, scope2, zerene stacker

Kainsaz Meteorite Thin Section

Kainsaz Meteorite Thin Section

Kainsaz Meteorite Thin Section

The Kainsaz Meteorite is the largest CO type with a total recovered weight of 200kg. It was witnessed to fall in Tartarstan on September 13, 1937. For an excellent view of the strew field, visit Woreczko Meteorites’ information page.

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