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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #30 am: Dezember 07, 2011, 00:24:53 vorm. »
"STOP"

Definitiv das Ende, sozusagen, um aufs Thema zurückzukommen: der ultimative Südpol ...

... guuds Nächtle allerseits.

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #31 am: Dezember 17, 2011, 22:22:22 nachm. »
14.12.2011

Antarctic centennial

100 Jahre nach Amundsens historischer Leistung ( http://explorersweb.com/sitemedia/images/20111215xroald_amundsen.jpg )
werden die ersten 15 Meteoriten der neuen Saison gefunden

http://humanedgetech.com/expedition/ansmet2012/

Der erste neue Fund: http://www.humanedgetech.com/expedition/ansmet2012/images/Dec14%20First%20collection.JPG

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #32 am: Januar 23, 2012, 18:08:22 nachm. »
Nun ist die Suchsaison 2011/2012 praktisch beendet.

Resümee der Suche:

302 Meteoriten (insgesamt jetzt mehr als 20.000 Funde seit Beginn des ANSMET-Programms)

Weniger Funde als in den letzten Jahren, aber mehr Masse und mehr Achondrite
(vermutlich vor allem HEDs).

http://www.space.com/14316-hundreds-meteorites-antarctica-scientists.html

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Martin

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #33 am: November 16, 2012, 14:43:30 nachm. »
In Kürze beginnt wieder eine ANSMET-Suchaktion

http://www.earthmagazine.org/article/down-earth-antarctic-meteorite-hunters

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This year, two separate teams are exploring different locations. One is a scout team headed out to explore a handful of ice fields around the Robison and Amundsen glaciers, and the other is conducting a systematic search of ice fields near Larkman Nunatak and the Grosvenor Mountains.

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #34 am: Dezember 06, 2012, 13:30:23 nachm. »
Die ANSMET 2012/2013 Field Season hat begonnen und man wird wohl in Kürze mit der eigentlichen Meteoritensuche beginnen.

Mit dabei ist dieses Mal auch  Dr. Meenakshi Wadhwa von der Arizona State University

Hier können die Ereignisse wieder täglich verfolgt werden:

http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #35 am: Dezember 16, 2012, 12:29:07 nachm. »

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #36 am: Dezember 16, 2012, 18:13:27 nachm. »
Hallo Martin!

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Na, wer verbirgt sich hinter der Maske? Man beachte die Körperhaltung....

Es könnte Dr. Katherine Joy, mit dem neu gefundenen Meteorit sein (Photo)!  
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Picture1-760x1024.jpg

http://en.gravatar.com/khjoy#pic-1

Grüsse  x-10
Achim
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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #37 am: Dezember 16, 2012, 18:24:57 nachm. »
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That team consists of…..
 •Jim Karner, from Case Western Reserve University (field team leader)
 •Shaun Norman,  from Twizel, NZ  (mountaineer)
 •Andrew Beck, from the Smithsonian Institution
 •Tom Sharp,  from Arizona State University
 •Marianne Mader,  from the University of Western Ontario
 •Rob Coker,  from NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
 •Mini Wadhwa,  from Arizona State University
 •Stan Love,  from NASA Johnson Space Center.

also eher nicht
Lächle einfach - denn du kannst sie nicht alle töten

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #38 am: Januar 15, 2013, 18:14:55 nachm. »
Hier habe ich einmal einen Überblick über die vorläufige Fundbilanz der aktuellen ANSMET-Suche (Reconnaissance Team und Systematic Team) erstellt.
Leider wird insgesamt recht wenig über die eigentlichen Funde berichtet.
Auch Fotos der gefundenen Exemplare (siehe links unten) gibt es nur wenige zu sehen.
Quelle: http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/

10.1.13 Recon Team
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there is not a lot of meteorite action to report

7.1.13 Systematic Team
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We spent the morning pulling flags from the moraine and along the way we found several new meteorites.

5.1.13 - 6.1.13 Recon Team
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We are glad that fourteen meteorites were recovered yesterday, and one beautiful large carbonaceous chondrite today.

4.1.13 Recon Team
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We managed to collect 15 meteorites (see the photo of one of our finds on the blue ice), which is the recon team’s best day count so far, including one or two rarer carbonaceous chondrite types.
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Recon-team-find-4th-Jan-2013-300x212.jpg

2.1.13
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So far, we (the recon team) have collected thirty three meteorites in total.

1.1.13 Recon Team
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On the ice we searched yesterday we found 8 meteorites and another 6 today

1.1.13 Systematic Team
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Today, we went out searching the blue ice again on our snowmobiles and were rewarded with 12 meteorites

1.1.13 Systematic Team
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To date, we’ve collected a total of ~230 meteorites with many samples larger than a grapefruit (see photo of one of the largest samples collected so far)!

29.12.12 Recon Team
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Although we weren’t able to move to our new field area as hoped today, we did get out to search on the blue ice and were rewarded by finding six meteorites.

29.12.12 Systematic Team
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We collected 44 meteorites today, the most we have collected in a single day this year!

28.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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We found and marked 15 meteorites and decided to quickly collect them before returning to camp. As we collected, people kept finding more meteorites. The best of all was a beautiful black and shiny sample that may be an achondrite. By the time we were done, our Christmas morning had given us 19 meteorite presents

28.12.12 Recon Team
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We heard good news from the main team though that they have now got about a hundred meteorites so far

26.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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Yesterday the mileage seemed especially worth it: we got 15 new meteorites, some of which weighed over a kilogram.)

25.12.12 Recon Team
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We collected the two meteorites that we had found a few days back

24.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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We spent the day searching a previously unsearched portion of an ice field near camp, and were rewarded with 6 new meteorites
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Pic11-300x225.jpg

23.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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We found some early presents today out on the ice – 9 meteorites!

21.12.12 Recon Team
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One meteorite was found yesterday, and another today.

20.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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We collected 5 samples on blue ice and another 3 in a moraine which are areas of concentrated sediment deposition at the end or side of glacial ice. At the end of the day we came home with some interesting meteorites that are unlike those we have seen so far this year. The team tentatively classified one sample, shown in the attached picture, as a carbonaceous chondrite.
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/22610-300x160.jpg

29.12.12 Systematic Team /Main Team
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This was a very successful search for the ANSMET Team. I found my first ever meteorite, an ordinary chondrite about 5 cm long and 4 cm wide. Others on the team found similar stones. However, the big find of the day was a very large meteorite that was visible from about 100 meters away. Stan, who was searching along the edge of the row, found this monster. It is about the size of a honeydew melon, and isn’t far the largest sample found this year.
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/P1020304.jpg

18.12.12  Systematic Team /Main Team
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Today we found some meteorites!
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/2012/12/18/a-most-wonderfuld-day-of-days/attachment/22615/
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/22615.jpg

17.12.12 Recon Team
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The reconnaissance team did a meteorite search in Scott Glacier yesterday. It took one hour commuting drive by snowmobile to get there. The weather was just beautiful without wind. We found three meteorites in the morning and two in the afternoon. One looked liked it might be chondritic with an unusual fusion crust with lots of vesicles, but beautiful mm-sized chondrules were visible in the exposed interior.
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/2012/12/17/more-meteorites-found-yesterday-and-snowing-today/olympus-digital-camera-5/

16.12.12 Recon Team
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After two hours passed since we started, we found the first meteorite which is about 6 cm across, covered by a dark chocolate brown shiny fusion crust (the first picture). All of us were excited about the recovery of the first meteorite on the very first day of our mission. In the afternoon, the second meteorite, about 8 cm across with a brown fusion crust was recovered on the different blue ice field. Both of them are likely ordinary chondrites
http://artscilabs.case.edu/ansmet/2012/12/16/two-meteorites-recovered-by-the-reconnaissance-team-2/olympus-digital-camera-4/

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Martin

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #39 am: Februar 02, 2013, 11:20:48 vorm. »
Joy for Dr. Joy

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/news/display/?id=9469

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Dr Katherine Joy, who is based in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, has been awarded the 2013 Winton Capital Award for her pioneering work on lunar meteorites and rocks brought back by the Apollo astronauts.

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #40 am: April 26, 2013, 13:49:45 nachm. »
Der dänische Geologe Jesper Holst vom Geologischen Museum der Universität Kopenhagen war ein Mitglied der ANSMET Suchtruppe

Hier einige seiner Bilder:

Foto 1

Foto 2

Foto 3

Quelle

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #41 am: August 31, 2013, 10:42:37 vorm. »
Neue antarktische ANSMET-Meteorite im MetBull

Alle Einträge zu den interessanteren Funden sind vorbildlich reich bebildert.

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #42 am: August 31, 2013, 12:23:01 nachm. »
Hier auch noch einmal der prächtige 4,86 kg schwere

Larkman Nunatak 12002 (CV3)

in situ

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #43 am: August 31, 2013, 19:04:07 nachm. »
Hier auch noch einmal der prächtige 4,86 kg schwere

Larkman Nunatak 12002 (CV3)

in situ

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Wow :wow: :lechz: Der könnte auf dem ersten Blick glatt als Allende durchgehen.

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Re: ANSMET
« Antwort #44 am: November 27, 2013, 16:15:30 nachm. »
ANSMET Season 2013-2014

Es geht bald wieder los. Dieses Mal geht es mit nur einem Team wieder auf die Miller Range Eisfelder.
Im Fokus stehen dabei das nördliche und vor allem das südliche Eisfeld

Miller Range Icefields, Beardmore Region

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For the 2013-2014 field season,  ANSMET is planning a return to the Miller Range icefields.  Last visited in 2011-2012, these icefields have been visited six times previously, yielding over 2300 specimens and including many rare types such as martian and lunar meteorites. There are three large blue ice areas informally called the Miller Range “North”, “Middle” and “South” icefields, as well as many smaller peripheral icefields where meteorites have been found.

The main focus for the 2013-2014 field season will be the South icefield, large areas of which remain to be searched. However, as in the 2011 field season, we plan to start at the north end of the Miller Range.  Our efforts to search several of the blue ice areas in the north end were hampered by snow cover in 2011,  so we’ll try again by landing there first.  After about a week we’ll then traverse uphill and southward to the South icefield, and set up camp to spend the remainder of the season systematically searching.

ANSMET is fielding only a single team this year;  some modest reconnaissance flights may also take place both before and after the field season. Currently most ANSMET field party members are departing from the US in late November. They should get to McMurdo in the first few days of December and  Deployment into the field is planned about a week after that,  with most of the crew returning to the “civilized world” in the third week of January.

Thanks, David!

 

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