Name:Johnstown
Abbreviation:-
Country: United States
United
Status:Valid
Fall: Yes
Year:1924
Class:Diogenite
TKW, g:40300
Bibliography:- Hovey, E. O. : "A new meteoric stone from Johnstown, Weld County, Colorado", American Museum Novitates, nr 203, 1925 - Molin, G. M.; Saxena, S. K.; Brizi, E. : "Iron-magnesium order-disorder in an orthopyroxene crystal from the Johnstown meteorite", Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 105, no. 1-3, July 1991, p. 260-265, 07/1991 - Mason, B.; Jarosewich, E., "The Composition of the Johnstown Meteorite", Meteoritics, volume 6, number 4, page 241, 12/1971 - Floran, R. J.; Prinz, M.; Hlava, P. F.; Keil, K.; Spettel, B.; Wänke, H., "The Johnstown Orthopyroxenite (Diogenite) and its Relationship to Meteoritic Cumulates", Meteoritics, Vol. 12, p.226, 09/1977
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Member's images (19)

ImageWeight / Size / ShapeCollection
4.25 grams
Endcut
Matteo Chinellato
1.8 gr.
Slice
David Hardy
73.1g
Slice
Jay Piatek
1.934 g
Part slice
Peter Marmet
1.15g
Part slice
Woreczko Jan & Wadi
2,04
Part slice
Auricular
Individual MeteoriteCollector.org - AMNH - New York
0.095 g
2 mm
Fragment
Michael S. Scherman
<1 Gram
Fragment
Phil Schmitz
0.034 grams
4.5x3x3 mm
Fragment
Gerald Armstrong
Thin section bphd
.075 grams
Part slice
MeteoriteCollector.org - FCOM - Russ Finney
14 mg
Micro
Fragment
Chris Spratt
Thin section Chris Spratt
0.4g
Part slice
Gregor H.
map
Other
Woreczko Jan & Wadi
0,41 gr
Fragment
Alan Mazur
7.43 grams
Fragment
KD Meteorites
0.24g
Fragment
Robert Smart
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