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« am: Februar 09, 2020, 20:21:52 Nachmittag »
Ein weiterer Fall von 'Fall-Archäologie'


Ein möglicher Fall vom 29. September 1799 ?


"History: A 12 g sample labelled as Saint-Ouen-en-Champagne discovered in the Chadel collection in 2006 drew the attention of the meteoritical community on another, homonymous 39 g sample curated in LeMans, in the département of the eponymous commune. The curator Nicolas Morel found in the local learned literature several mentions of this fall, which occurred after a violent thunder clap on September 29, 1799, at 3 pm, in the farm Le Pin in Saint-Ouen-en-Champagne. The stone, which weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces, fell at the feet of a day laborer and was at first too hot to touch. It was subsequently divided among several naturalists, but only 51 g are currently extant."


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