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Maskelynite from
Allan Hills A77005 Martian meteorite (ALHA77005), Allan Hills, Victoria Land, Eastern Antarctica, Antarctica

Locality type:Meteorite Fall Location
Origin locality:Mars
Species:'Maskelynite' (not an IMA approved species)
Comments:Shock pressures of 50-80 GPa estimated by Ikeda (1994).
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Ikeda, Y (1994) Petrography and petrology of the ALH-77005 shergottite: Proc. NIPR Symposium Antarctic Meteorites 7: 9-29.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Maskelynite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Allan Hills A77005 Martian meteorite (ALHA77005), Allan Hills, Victoria Land, Eastern Antarctica, Antarctica
Nearest other occurrences of Maskelynite
78.2km (48.6 miles) Elephant Moraine A79001 Martian meteorite (EETA79001), Elephant Moraine, Victoria Land, Eastern Antarctica, Antarctica
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