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Tataouine meteorite 2,9 x 1,8 x 1,8 cm / Weight: 12,8g C'est une achondrite Diogénite tombée le 27 Juin 1931 à 1h30 du matin dans le sud de la Tunisie. Elle fût ramassée par des légionnaires et envoyée au Muséum de Paris. Cette météorite provient sûrement de l’astéroïde Vesta qui gravite entre...
Tataouine meteorite 3,8 x 2,5 x 2,3 cm / Weight: 26,8g It is a Diogenite achondrite that fell on 27th June 1931, at 1.30 am in the south of Tunisia. It was collected by legionnaires and sent to the Paris Museum. This meteorite surely comes from the asteroid Vesta which gravitates between Mars and...
Renierite: rare copper, germanium, zinc, arsenic and iron complex sulphide Gallite: galium and copper selenide From Kipushi Katanga, DRC (typical locality for renierite) Specimen 3 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm Label from the G.Gauthier collection Reference : 0081
Tachgagal, Morocco. Specimen 5 x 3.5 x 3 cm, rare manganese oxide and calcium, associated with gaudefroyite and jouravskite, two other rare manganese minerals. Studied by Roland Pierrot, handwritten label, G.Gauthier collection. Reference : 0083
Horn silver mine, Frisco, Beaver Co, Utah, USA. Secondary lead mineral: actually a hydroxy-sulphate of lead, copper, iron and aluminium. Several fragments in a glass tube 4.5cm long and 2cm in diameter. Does not exist crystallised. Chervet handwritten label Reference : 0087