[meteorite-list] Hollow meteorites?

Michael L Blood mlblood at cox.net
Sun Apr 25 15:44:50 EDT 2004

Hi Chris & All,
            I have a hollow meteorite and wrote about it in both METEORITE
MAGAZINE (Brief "in the news" or a "letter to the editor") and a full
length article in VOYAGE!
            It was definitely, in my  opinion, a case of weathering, with
the inner core being more subject to corrosion than the outer core.
Still, it was visually stunning and I treasure it as one of my top
10 pieces in my collection (for that reason).
        I will see if I can find the old JPGs and set up a URL IF list
members are interested. - Let me know.
        Best wishes, Michael

on 4/25/04 8:02 AM, chris aubeck at caubeck at yahoo.com wrote:

> Hi Bernd, list,
> Thanks for your prompt response.
> As a folklorist and historian I have been surprised by
> the number of "weird meteorite" tales I have found in
> 18th-early 20th century newspapers and books. I have
> received many of these during the research phase of a
> Fortean/Folklore-related project we currently
> conducting ("Magonia Exchange" - I want to stress that
> it concerns folklore and Fortean beliefs, it is not
> really UFO-oriented, and has serious objectives), and
> some of them concern hollow meteorites, some
> concealing objects or manuscripts. As this folkloric
> motif has gone practically unexamined, I would first
> like to establish whether the observation of hollow
> meteorites could have helped produce the legends, but
> also have a fairly good idea about how such objects
> could be formed in nature.
> Therefore, to answer your entirely warranted technical
> question, let me say: I don't know!
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Chris
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