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Nathdwara
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Nathdwara

gefallen am 25.12.2012, 18:20 Ortszeit, Dhayala ki Chappar, Rajasthan, Indien (24° 58' 00.0" N, 73° 48' 27.0" E)

Fall, mineralogy and chemistry of Nathdwara H6 chondrite

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We report here for the first time the composition and mineralogical studies on a new meteorite, which fell in Dhayala ki Chappar (24°58′N, 73°48′27″E) 5 km NW of Nathdwara in south Rajasthan, India, on Dec. 25th, 2012. Mineralogical and compositional studies were carried out on a representative piece of the Nathdwara meteorite sample. The mineralogical composition of the meteorite has been found to be olivine (42−45 vol.%), feldspar (10−15 vol.%), orthopyroxene (23−25 vol.%), troilite (6−8 vol.%), and titanium bearing minerals (6−8 vol.%). Our investigations show that the Nathdwara meteorite belongs to H6 group of ordinary chondrites.

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