The condition of a meteorite can range from fresh to very weathered. ... If it leaves
a black/gray streak (like a soft leaded pencil) the sample is likely magnetite, ...
testing) Look at the cut surface from several different angles, if you can see shiny
Apr 22, 2016 ... I can't explain how your rock got to be where you found it, but I can say that it is
not ... Many kinds of terrestrial rocks “look like” lunar meteorites.
However, most ordinary meteorites do not unless viewed under a microscope. 3.
... This is a slice that shows circular inclusions that look like chondrules. DF.
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Nov 23, 2010 ... In 3 simple steps, you can identify if a stone is a meteorite or .... those meteorites
look exactly like the one in found in the dry dirt at my backyard.
Irons are attracted to a magnet strongly, they look like real metal when a spot is
ground off their ... Achondrites are stone meteorites that do not have chondrules.
Read about the characteristics of meteorites, including size, color, shape, surface
, interior ... surface with no holes, some meteorites exhibit thin flow lines or
thumbprint-like features called regmaglypts. ... Where do meteorites come from?
A step-by step process to determine whether or not your rock is a meteorite. ... On
this page we look at the surface of the rock. If meteorites are not too badly
weathered, they can be identified by their surface character. Here we look at
Meteorites on Earth look very different from the way they did drifting through
space. During a meteorite's 10- to 15-second trip through the atmosphere, air
These meteorites look like a rock since they are made of mostly mineral ... Some
stone meteorite do not have much metal or any metal so there is none to see ...
HEAVY: Most meteorites contain a significant amount of Fe-Ni metal, and are ...
Conversely, many terrestrial rocks and artificial rocks do show magnetic tendency
... coating is a thin, discrete layer surrounding an interior that looks quite different