[meteorite-list] interstellar meteorite anyone?
alfredo at mindat.org
Wed Mar 7 15:41:03 EST 2018
Other possible Kuiper Belt or Oort Cloud objects:
Khatyrka meteorite - https://www.mindat.org/loc-2717.html - Has undergone
an enormous amount of study because of the presence of quasicrystals in it
(the first known from a natural source). All known fragments are in the
hands of researchers; none for sale, as far as I know. But f anyone wants
to fund a sluicing expedition to a remote Siberian creek, there's a good
chance of finding more ;))
Hypatia meteorite - https://www.mindat.org/loc-299029.html - recent find in
Egypt. Contains native aluminium and a crazy amount of diamond.
On 8 March 2018 at 05:22, Bigjohn Shea via Meteorite-list <
meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com> wrote:
> There are none we know of.
> That article speculates that Tagish Lake might have originated from the
> Kuiper Belt, but there is no way to confirm even that.
> Maybe someday Voyager will send us back a useful bit of data that somehow
> can connect a specimen to an interstellar source. ;-)
> John A. Shea, MD
> IMCA 3295
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> On 3/7/18 at 1:45 PM, matija bericic via Meteorite-list wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Does any of you maybe have in possession interstellar meteorite?
> > Thanks,
> > Matija
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