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Djati-Pengilon meteorite, Ngawi Regency, East Java Province, Indonesiai
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Djati-Pengilon meteoriteMeteorite Fall Location
Ngawi RegencyRegency
East Java ProvinceProvince
IndonesiaCountry

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):
7° 30' South , 111° 30' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal):
Meteorite Class:
Meteoritical Society Class:
Köppen climate type:
Nearest Settlements:
PlacePopulationDistance
Ngawi22,412 (2012)12.2km
Madiun186,099 (2012)14.7km
Cepu55,055 (2013)40.4km
Ponorogo79,026 (2016)41.2km
Nganjuk69,011 (2016)46.0km


Ordinary chondrite, black (H6)
Fell, 19 March 1884, 16:30 hrs; 166 kg, single stone

After the appearance of a fireball, accompanied by detonations, a stone fell into the Aloesta river and was recovered. The well-equilibrated, crystalline textures, and usually indistinct chondrules as well as olivine (Fa20) and low Ca-orthopyroxene composition are characteristic of H6 chondrites. Mineralogically the meteorite consists primarily of dominant olivine and low-Ca pyroxene along with minor amounts of Fe-Ni metal (mostly kamacite), troilite, and plagioclase. Accessory chromite, graphite, isocubanite and phosphates are also reported.

A Pb,Th:He age of 3.61 Ga and a moderately long cosmic-ray exposure (CRE) age of 31.8 Ma are reported. A minor peak in H group CRE ages at ~33 Ma suggests at least the possibility that the pre-terrestrial Djati-Pengilon meteoroid may have participated in a collision that has effected a significant number of the current population of H chondrites

The H (relatively high in total iron) chondrites are the second largest group of ordinary chondrite falls and represent nearly 40% of well-classified and witnessed meteorite falls. The H6 petrologic type represents ~25 % of the H-group chondrites with Djati-Pengilon the most massive of the 94 falls currently classified exactly as H6 ordinary chondrites[as of late May 2017].

The main mass has been at the Geological Museum in Bandung.

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8 valid minerals.

Meteorite/Rock Types Recorded

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Detailed Mineral List:

'Albite-Anorthite Series'
Description: Plagioclase composition — Or6.2 An11.8 Ab82.0
Reference: Van Schmus, W.R. & Ribbe, P.H. (1968) The composition and structural state of feldspar from chondritic meteorites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 32(12): 1327-1342. (Dec 1968).
Chlorapatite
Formula: Ca5(PO4)3Cl
Reference: Van Schmuss, W.R. & Ribbe, P.H. (1963) Composition of phosphate minerals in ordinary chondrites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 33 (5): 637-640.
Chromite
Formula: Fe2+Cr3+2O4
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Copper
Formula: Cu
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
'Fayalite-Forsterite Series'
Description: Olivine Composition (Fa18) characteristic of H-group chondrites (Fa~17-20 mol%).
Reference: Merrill, G. P. (1916) Handbook and Descriptive Catalogue of the Meteorite Collections in the U.S. National Museum. Bull. U. S. Natl. Museum, No.94, Washington. 207 pp., 41 pls.; Mason, B. (1963) Olivine Composition in Chondrites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 27(9): 1011-1023. (Sept 1963).; Keil, K. & Fredriksson, K. (1964) The Fe, Mg, and Ca Distribution in Coexisting Olivines and Rhombic Pyroxenes of Chondrites. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 69 (16): 3487-3515. (August 1964).
Graphite
Formula: C
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Iron
Formula: Fe
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Iron var: Kamacite
Formula: (Fe,Ni)
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Isocubanite
Formula: CuFe2S3
Reference: Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Merrillite
Formula: Ca9NaMg(PO4)7
Reference: Van Schmuss, W.R. & Ribbe, P.H. (1963) Composition of phosphate minerals in ordinary chondrites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 33 (5): 637-640.
'Orthopyroxene Subgroup'
Reference: Keil, K. & Fredriksson, K. (1964) The Fe, Mg, and Ca Distribution in Coexisting Olivines and Rhombic Pyroxenes of Chondrites. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 69 (16): 3487-3515. (August 1964).
Troilite
Formula: FeS
Reference: Merrill, G. P. (1916) Handbook and Descriptive Catalogue of the Meteorite Collections in the U.S. National Museum. Bull. U. S. Natl. Museum, No.94, Washington. 207 pp., 41 pls.; Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.

List of minerals arranged by Strunz 10th Edition classification

Group 1 - Elements
Copper1.AA.05Cu
Graphite1.CB.05aC
Iron1.AE.05Fe
var: Kamacite1.AE.05(Fe,Ni)
Group 2 - Sulphides and Sulfosalts
Isocubanite2.CB.55bCuFe2S3
Troilite2.CC.10FeS
Group 4 - Oxides and Hydroxides
Chromite4.BB.05Fe2+Cr3+2O4
Group 8 - Phosphates, Arsenates and Vanadates
Chlorapatite8.BN.05Ca5(PO4)3Cl
Merrillite8.AC.45Ca9NaMg(PO4)7
Unclassified Minerals, Rocks, etc.
'Albite-Anorthite Series'-
'Fayalite-Forsterite Series'-
'Orthopyroxene Subgroup'-

List of minerals arranged by Dana 8th Edition classification

Group 1 - NATIVE ELEMENTS AND ALLOYS
Metals, other than the Platinum Group
Copper1.1.1.3Cu
Iron
var: Kamacite
1.1.11.1(Fe,Ni)
Semi-metals and non-metals
Graphite1.3.6.2C
Group 2 - SULFIDES
AmXp, with m:p = 1:1
Troilite2.8.9.1FeS
AmBnXp, with (m+n):p = 1:1
Isocubanite2.9.13.3CuFe2S3
Group 7 - MULTIPLE OXIDES
AB2X4
Chromite7.2.3.3Fe2+Cr3+2O4
Group 38 - ANHYDROUS NORMAL PHOSPHATES, ARSENATES, AND VANADATES
(AB)3(XO4)2
Merrillite38.3.4.4Ca9NaMg(PO4)7
Group 41 - ANHYDROUS PHOSPHATES, ETC.CONTAINING HYDROXYL OR HALOGEN
A5(XO4)3Zq
Chlorapatite41.8.1.2Ca5(PO4)3Cl
Unclassified Minerals, Mixtures, etc.
'Albite-Anorthite Series'-
'Fayalite-Forsterite Series'-
Iron-Fe
'Orthopyroxene Subgroup'-

List of minerals for each chemical element

CCarbon
C GraphiteC
OOxygen
O ChromiteFe2+Cr23+O4
O ChlorapatiteCa5(PO4)3Cl
O MerrilliteCa9NaMg(PO4)7
NaSodium
Na MerrilliteCa9NaMg(PO4)7
MgMagnesium
Mg MerrilliteCa9NaMg(PO4)7
PPhosphorus
P ChlorapatiteCa5(PO4)3Cl
P MerrilliteCa9NaMg(PO4)7
SSulfur
S TroiliteFeS
S IsocubaniteCuFe2S3
ClChlorine
Cl ChlorapatiteCa5(PO4)3Cl
CaCalcium
Ca ChlorapatiteCa5(PO4)3Cl
Ca MerrilliteCa9NaMg(PO4)7
CrChromium
Cr ChromiteFe2+Cr23+O4
FeIron
Fe TroiliteFeS
Fe ChromiteFe2+Cr23+O4
Fe IsocubaniteCuFe2S3
Fe Iron (var: Kamacite)(Fe,Ni)
Fe IronFe
NiNickel
Ni Iron (var: Kamacite)(Fe,Ni)
CuCopper
Cu CopperCu
Cu IsocubaniteCuFe2S3

References

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Merrill, G. P. (1916) Handbook and Descriptive Catalogue of the Meteorite Collections in the U.S. National Museum. Bull. U. S. Natl. Museum, No.94, Washington. 207 pp., 41 pls.
Mason, B. (1963) Olivine Composition in Chondrites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 27(9): 1011-1023. (Sept 1963).
Van Schmuss, W.R. & Ribbe, P.H. (1963) Composition of phosphate minerals in ordinary chondrites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 33 (5): 637-640.
Keil, K. & Fredriksson, K. (1964) The Fe, Mg, and Ca Distribution in Coexisting Olivines and Rhombic Pyroxenes of Chondrites. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 69 (16): 3487-3515. (August 1964).
Van Schmus, W.R. & Ribbe, P.H. (1968) The composition and structural state of feldspar from chondritic meteorites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 32(12): 1327-1342. (Dec 1968).
Ramdohr, P. (1973). The Opaque Minerals in Stony Meteorites. Elsevier Publishing Company: Amsterdam; London: New York. 245 pages.
Graham, A.L., Bevan, A.W.R. & Hutchison, B. (1985) Catalogue of Meteorites (4/e). University of Arizona Press: Tucson.
Wasson, J. & Wang, S. (1991) The histories of ordinary chondrite parent bodies: U,Th-He age distributions. Meteoritics 26(2): 161-167. (June 1991).
Graf, Th. & Marti K. (1995) Collisional history of H chondrites. J. Geophys. Res. (Planets) 100: 21247–21263. (Oct 1995).
Grady, M.M. (2000). Catalogue of Meteorites (5/e). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge; New York; Oakleigh; Madrid; Cape Town. 689 pages.
Grady, M.M., Pratesi, G. & Moggi-Cecchi, V. (2015) Atlas of Meteorites. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, United Kingdom. 373 pages.

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