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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