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AMERICAN METEORITE Iron coarse octahedrite - IAB-MG Meteor Crater, Coconino County, Arizona, USA - (35° 3'N, 111° 2'W)

Iron coarse octahedrite - IAB-MG Meteor Crater, Coconino County, Arizona, USA -

Holsinger Meteorite From Meteor crater, Arizona by Karl Agre, M.D., via Flickr

The largest discovered fragment of the meteorite that created Meteor Crater, Arizona.

Hand  Knapped Agate Arrowhead

Hand Knapped Agate Arrowhead by Wood’s Stoneworks and Photo Factory

METEORITE HUNTING: General Information, Tips, Metal Detectors & Accessories Required

Meteorite Hunting: General Information, Tips, Metal Detectors & Accessories Required, page 35

Antarctic Meteorites

Main page of the Antarctic Meteorite Collection at NASA Astromaterials Curation. The curation and collection of Antarctic meteorites is a U. funded, cooperative effort among NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Smithsonian Institution.

Meteorite - Canyon Diablo - IAB Octahedron - 224.58 oz (6367 gm) - Coconino County, Arizona - Discovered : 1891

Meteorite - Canyon Diablo - IAB Octahedron - 224.58 oz (6367 gm) - Coconino County, Arizona - Discovered : 1891

Meteorite (Iron-Nickel) from Winslow Meteor Crater, Navajo County, Arizona johnbetts-fineminerals.com

Meteorite (Iron-Nickel) from Winslow Meteor Crater, Navajo County, Arizona in Online Mineral Museum

CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF THE QUINTESSENTIAL AMERICAN METEORITE  Iron coarse octahedrite -  Meteor Crater, Coconino County, Arizona    From the most famous and well-preserved meteorite crater in the entire world, this spectacular fragment from the Canyon Diablo ("Canyon of the Devil") meteorite was part of a small asteroid that struck present day Arizona some 45,000 years ago with the force of more than 100 atomic bombs! Leaving a crater nearly one mile long and 600 feet deep.

CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF THE QUINTESSENTIAL AMERICAN METEORITE Iron coarse octahedrite - Meteor Crater, Coconino County, Arizona From the most famous and well-preserved meteorite crater in the entire world, this spectacular fragment from the Canyon Diablo ("Canyon of the Devil") meteorite was part of a small asteroid that struck present day Arizona some 45,000 years ago with the force of more than 100 atomic bombs! Leaving a crater nearly one mile long and 600 feet deep.

Iron Meteorite from Barringer Meteor Crater, Canyon Diablo, near Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona johnbetts-fineminerals.com

Iron Meteorite from Barringer Meteor Crater, Canyon Diablo, near Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona in Online Mineral Museum

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