Qingzhen meteorite, Qingzhen Co., Guiyang Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China
An enstatite chondrite (EH3) from an observed fall on September 13, 1976. The recovered fragments (2) total 2.6 kg. 744 volunteers searched between September 15th and 31st to recover these fragments.
References- Wang, D. and X. Xie (1977) Preliminary investigation of mineralogy, petrology and chemical composition of Qingzhen enstatite chondrite. Geochimica No. 4, 276-287 (in Chinese with English abstract).
- Meteoritical Bulletin No. 55, Meteoritics 13, 327-352 (1978).
- Daode Wang and Rambaldi, E.R. (1983): Mineralogical composition and origin of Qingzhen enstatite chondrite. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 3(4), 247-254.
- Daode Wang and Rambaldi, E.R. (1988): A mineralogical study of Qingzhen meteorite (EH3) and its origin. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 8(4), 324-335.
- Yongheng Chen, Daode Wang, and Pernicka, E. (1993): Trace element chemistry of Niningerite in the Qingzhen chondrite (EH3). Acta Mineralogica Sinica 13(3).
- Fisenko, A.V. and L.F. Semenova (1997) On the Selection of Chondrites for Studying Interstellar Diamond. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences.
- Lin, Yangting, Amari, Sachiko, and Pravdivtseva, Olga (2002): Presolar grains from the Qingzhen (EH3) meteorite. The Astrophysical Journal: 525(1), 257-263.
- Lin, Yangting, Ouyang, Ziyuan, and El Goresy, A. (2002) FeO-rich silicates and Ca, Al-rich inclusions in Qingzhen and Yamato 691 (EH3) meteorites: Evidence for migration of mass in the solar nebula. Chinese Science Bulletin: 47(2)(January 2002): 150-153.
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