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IMAGE GALLERY FOR LUCERNE VALLEY METEORITE - LV 014 (L5 S2 W3)

- - - REVISITING LUCERNE DRY LAKE 30 YEARS LATER - - -
IS THIS METEORITE A MEMBER OF A SINGLE STREWNFIELD, OR IS THIS METEORITE DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHERS FOUND AT LUCERNE DRY LAKE, REPRESENTING JUST ONE OF A NUMBER OF MULTIPLE FALLS.
- - - THIS FIND IS BEING COMPARED WITH THOSE ON DISPLAY AT GRIFFITHS OBSERVATORY, - - -
- - - AS WELL AS, WITH THOSE IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS THAT HAVE UNDERGONE TESTING. - - -



The smooth condition of the exterior of this meteorite, suggests that the fusion crust has been partially polished by the desert winds.

In this image you can see the contraction cracks in the fusion crust. It has exposed the interior.

 
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        Any comments would be appreciated. Information regarding the existance of other Lucerne Valley meteorite finds would be very useful in the pursuit of this scientific inquiry. Your help would be very much appreciated.
Bolide*chaser

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