By Rogelio Daniel Acevedo
The first Catalogue of Meteorites from South the United States comprises new specimens by no means formerly reported, whereas uncertain instances and pseudometeorites were intentionally omitted.
The falling of those items is a random occasion, however the websites the place outdated meteorites are came upon are usually targeted in definite components, e.g. within the deflation surfaces in Chile’s Atacama wasteland, as a result of favorable weather stipulations and ablation processes.
Our Catalogue offers easy info on every one specimen like its provenance and where the place it used to be chanced on (in geographic co-ordinates and with illustrative maps), its legitimate identify, its type variety (class, and if appropriate, weathering grade and surprise stage), if it was once noticeable falling or was once came upon accidentally, its overall mass or weight, the establishment the place it's held, and an important bibliographic references approximately it.
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25° 300 S, 54° 300 W. Paraná. Stone, olivine-bronzite chondrite, (H6). Olivine Fo79, bronzite En82. 65 kg and a number of small stones). Smithsonian Institution collections. Clarke Jr. (1974), Cavarretta et al. (1975), Gomes et al. (1978a, b). Fig. 16. Ipitinga. 00° 210 N, 53° 490 W. Pará. Stone, ordinary chondrite, (H5). 3. Found in 1989, 7 kg. Museu de Mineralogía, Belem, Pará (Brazil. Dreher et al. (1995), Wlotzka (1992). Fig. 17. Itapicuru-Mirim. 03° 240 S, 44° 200 W. Maranhao. Stone. ordinary chondrite, (H5).
40(9–10):937 The Permanent Commission on Meteorites of the International Geological Congress (1958a) Meteorites not included in the prior-Hey catalogue of meteorites (1953) The meteoritical bulletin, 8:1–10. Moscow, URSS The Permanent Commission on Meteorites of the International Geological Congress (1958b) Meteorites not included in the prior-Hey catalogue of meteorites (1953) The meteoritical bulletin, 10:1–3. Moscow, URSS The Permanent Commission on Meteorites of the International Geological Congress (1961) Meteorites not included in the prior-Hey catalogue of meteorites (1953) The meteoritical bulletin, 21:1–3.
33 kg. Smithsonian Institution collections. Paar et al. (1976), Lux et al. (1981), Kessel et al. (2004), Kohout and Pesonen (2005), Kohout et al. (2006, 2007). Fig. 3. Balsas. 07° 310 8800 S, 46° 020 4700 W. Maranhão. Iron, octahedrite (IIIAB). Find, 1974, 41 kg. Associação Carazinhense de Astronomia e Estudos Espacials (Rio Grande do Sul), Museu Nacional UFRJ, IGPP-UCLA. Grossman (1998), Zucolotto (1999). Fig. 4. R. D. 1007/978-3-319-01925-3_4, Ó The Author(s) 2014 39 40 Fig. 1 Brazilian meteorites.
Catalogue of Meteorites from South America by Rogelio Daniel Acevedo