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Orthopyroxene Subgroup from
Putinga meteorite, Linha Rui Barbosa, Putinga, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Locality type:Meteorite Fall Location
Classification
Species:'Orthopyroxene Subgroup' (not an IMA approved species)
Comments:Orthopyroxene — Fs21.2 (Symes & Hutchison, 1970), Fs21.2 (Keil et al.,1978).
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Keil, K., Lange, D., Ulbrich, M. N. C., Gomes, C. B., Jarosewich, E., Roisenberg, A., & Souza, M.J. (1978) XIII - Mineralogy, petrology, and chemistry of the Putinga, Rio Grande do Sul, chondrite: Meteoritics 13:165-175. (June 1978).; de Oliveira, J.C.P., da Costa Jr., M.I., Vasquez, A., Roisenberg, A. & Vieira Jr., N. (1988) Moessbauer study of the Putinga chondrite: Physica Scripta 37(1): 185-187. (Jan. 1988).
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Orthopyroxene Subgroup data
Locality Data:Click here to view Putinga meteorite, Linha Rui Barbosa, Putinga, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Nearest other occurrences of Orthopyroxene Subgroup
36.7km (22.8 miles) Santa Bárbara meteorite, Sapiranga, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
 
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