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Any opinions on this

Posted by Jerry Montgomery  
Any opinions on this
December 08, 2011 10:38PM
9041 show an exposed side with a section I sawed off. 9043 shows a closer view of the sawed section and 9042 shows the less damaged side. Any comments would be appreciated.
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Re: Any opinions on this
December 09, 2011 01:16AM
I think I have answered my own question. Looks like a concretion with possibly marble inside
avatar Re: Any opinions on this
December 09, 2011 04:12AM
    
Similar to almandine-bearing granulated shist. Metamorphic rock affected by stress. 100% not meteorite.
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