Dar el Kahal, H5

This stone was one of the larger attractions at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show of 2014.  Hundreds of kilograms were present, with masses ranging from 50+ kilograms to a few grams.  Many of the larger specimens still had well-preserved fusion crust.  This was a cute smaller piece with good crust and slickenlines; shear features associated with the stone’s  atmospheric fragmentation.

Here’s a link to the Meteoritical Bulletin write-up:

Mali~2 kilograms

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