Finds by the
Meteorite Recovery Foundation
(Southern California Chapter)
as of August 2000
()
Image Field ID# Mass More Images and Details Characterization

Study Area #1

(SA1-001)

(Nomenclature Pending Approval)

Robert Verish
1999 October 16

32.5g For images and details"click" HERE
This find was the only one made during the first year of searching this area.
L6 S4 W2 25.4+/-0.3% Appears to be paired to SA1-003 & SA1-011

SA1-002

Randy Duncan
2000 March 18

95.0g For images and details"click" HERE Not done yet; thin section missing

SA1-003

Robert Verish
2000 March 18

7.50g For images and details"click" HERE L6 S3 W3 25.2+/-na% Appears to be paired to SA1-001 & SA1-011

SA1-004

Robert Verish
2000 March 18

40.0g For images and details"click" HERE H6 S2 W3 19.2+/-na%

SA1-005

Robert Verish
2000 March 25

35.0g For images and details"click" HERE H5 S2 W4 18.7±0.6 (NOT paired with 006 & 007, but probably paired to 009)

SA1-006

Robert Verish
2000 March 25

0.5g "click" here for images and details
And also, "click" HERE
H6 S3 W4 18.9±0.4 (NOT paired with 004, 005 or 007

SA1-007

Robert Verish
2000 March 25

96.7g "click" here for images and details
And also, "click" HERE
L4 S2 W5 25.3+/-na% - (NOT paired with 005 & 006)

SA1-008 (NG-001)

Nick Gessler
2000 April 9

18.02g Nick's description: Nothing on its surface would identify this as a meteorite. Dense. Strongly attracted to a magnet. After windowing: Chondrules distinct. Metal fine and sparse. L6 S2 W3 Fa24.9+/-0.1

SA1-009

Robert Verish
2000 May 5

19.0g "click" here for images and details
And also, "click" HERE
H5 S2 W5 18.6+/-0.2%
Image of SA1-010 in-situ

SA1-010

Rob Matson
2000 November 05

10.50g "click" here for images and details
And also, "click" HERE
L5 S2 W4 Fa25.1±0.4 Appears to be paired to SA1-001 & SA1-003
Image of SA1-011 needed here

SA1-011

Rob Matson
2000 November 05

10.69g "click" here for images and details
And also, "click" HERE
L6 S3 W3 Fa25.3±na%

Study Area "No.2"

(SA2-001)

Robert Verish
2000 Feb 5

43.8g "click" here for photos and details LL6 S2 W3 29.0+/-0.4%

Study Area "No.2"

(SA2-002)

Rob Matson
2000 May 27

218.8g "click" here for photos and details L4 S2 W2 24.6+/-0.3%

Independent (Non-coordinated) Study Area:

New Locality

Nick Gessler
15 August 2000

#1 - 202g
and
#2 - 131g
Nick's description: Among the most weathered chondrites I have seen. Found at the close of a day of 110 degree temperatures and high humidity. Strongly attracted to a magnet. After windowing: Chondrules distinct. Metal fine and sparse. "#1" (SAI-001) - 202g
H5 S2 W4 Fa18.8+/-0.4

"#2" (SAI-002) - 131g
H5 S2 W4 Fa19.0+/-0.2

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