Name:Beni M'hira
Abbreviation:-
Country: Tunisia
Tunisia
Status:Valid
Fall: Yes
Year:2001
Class:L6
TKW, g:19000
Bibliography:- Meteoritical Bulletin 87 - Laridhi N. Ouazaa; N. Perchiazzi; M. Dorazio; P. Rochette; R. Clocchiatti; L. Folco : "Beni M'hira: A new chondritic (L6) meteorite fall from Tunisia", Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 1 August 2004, vol. 39, no. Supplement 1, pp. 163-169
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38.35 grams
Individual
David L. Ribeca
93.43 g
Individual
Woreczko Jan & Wadi
10.32 g
Part slice
Woreczko Jan & Wadi
0,9g & 2,52g
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Gabriel Gonçalves Silva
6,1 Gram
31x28x3 mm
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Torbjorn Hallberg
105.20g
Individual
Meteor-Center
2,07g
28x22x2mm
Slice
Robert Zdancewicz
14.05 g
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Dominik Stoeckli
13,3 Gram
30x22x15 mm
Individual
Torbjorn Hallberg
29,70
Individual
Auricular
197g
Endcut
Alpha Tauri
21,62g
Individual
Alpha Tauri
114g
Individual
Alpha Tauri
11g.
3cmx2,7cmx5mn.
Part slice
Denis gourgues
11g.
3cmx2,7cmx5mn.
Part slice
Denis gourgues
15,3g
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Franco Vignato
19,26g
28x22x16mm
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Piotr gural100
42.82 g
Individual
Dominik Stoeckli
77,4 Gram
47x38x32 mm
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Torbjorn Hallberg
17,13g.
4cmx2,5cmx1cm.
Part slice
Denis gourgues
17,13g.
4cmx2,5cmx1cm.
Part slice
Denis gourgues
10.08
18 x 17 x 15 mm
Half stone
MCMcanarias
827 g
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