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Miller Range 13005 meteorite (MIL 13005), Miller Range, Transantarctic Mountains, Eastern Antarctica, Antarcticai
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Miller Range 13005 meteorite (MIL 13005)Meteorite Fall Location
Miller RangeMountain Range
Transantarctic MountainsMountain Range
Eastern AntarcticaRegion
AntarcticaContinent

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83° 32' 42'' South , 156° 57' 0'' East
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Anand, M., Williams, C.T., Russell, S.S., Jones, G., James, S., Grady, M.M. (2005) Petrology and geochemistry of nakhlite MIL 03346: A new Martian meteorite from Antarctica. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVI.
McKay, G., Schwandt, C. (2005) Mineralogy and petrology of new Antarctic nakhlite MIL 03346. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVI.
Righter, K. [Curator] (2006) Petrographic Descriptions. Antarctic Meteorite Newsletter, 29(2), 25-39 (Sept 2006).
Krawczynski, M.J., Elkins-Tanton, L.T., Grove, T.L. (2008) Petrology of Olivine-Diogenite MIL03443,9: Constraints on Eucrite Parent Body Bulk Composition and Magmatic Processes. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX. LPI Contribution No. 1391: pdf 1229 (March 2008).
Mittlefehldt, D.W. (2008) Meteorite Dunite Breccia MIL 03443: A Probable Crustal Cumulate Closely Related to Diogenites from the HED Parent Asteroid. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX. LPI Contribution No. 1391: pdf.1919 (March 2008).
Beck, A.W., McSween, H.Y. (2010) Connections Between Dunite MIL 03443 and the Diogenite Meteorites: Lunar Planetary Science Conference XLI. LPI Contribution No. 1533: pdf 1104 (March 2010).
Beck, A.W., McSween, H.Y. (2010) Diogenites as polymict breccias composed of orthopyroxene and harzburgite: Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 45(5), 850-872 (May 2010).
Beck, A.W., Mittlefehldt, D.W., McSween, Harry Y., Jr., Rumble, D., III, Lee, C-T.A., Bodnar, R.J. (2011) MIL 03443, a dunite from asteroid 4 Vesta: Evidence for its classification and cumulate origin. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 46(8), 1133-1151 (Aug 2011).
Corrigan, C.M, Vicenzi, E.P., Konicek, A.R., Lunning, N. (2011) An examination of the new Miller Range nakhlites (MIL 090030, 090032, and 090136). 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.
Righter, K., Keller, L.P., Rahman, Z., Christoffersen, R. (2012) Exsolution of iron-titanium oxides in magnetite in Miller Range (MIL) 03346 Nakhlite: Evidence for Post Crystallization Reduction in the Nakhlite Cumulate Pile. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.

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