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De Nova meteorite (L6)

De Nova was plowed up in 1940 a couple miles west of the post office in De Nova, Washington County, Colorado. It was a 12.7 kg veined L6 olivine-hypersthene chondrite that broken into several pieces as it hit the ground. Two of the pieces had secondary fusion crust.

For more details about this, go to its Meteoritical Bulletin page: De Nova

Some photos of this meteorite are below.

Slice of De Nova.
Photo © Don Edwards

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