Name:Cumberland Falls
Abbreviation:-
Country: United States
United
Status:Valid
Fall: Yes
Year:1919
Class:Aubrite
TKW, g:17000
Bibliography:- Schutz M. E.; Verkouteren R. M.; Sears D. W. G.; Hasan F. A.; Prinz M.; Weisberg M. K.; Nehru C. E.; Delaney J. S.; Grossman L.; Boily M. : "Cumberland Falls Chondritic Inclusions III. Consortium Study of Relationship to Inclusions in Allan Hills 78113 Aubrite", Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, vol. 52, 1988 - Arthur McQuiston Miller : "Cumberland Falls, Kentucky, meteorite", GSA Bulletin vol. 31, pp. 159-160, 1920
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Member's images (25)

ImageWeight / Size / ShapeCollection
5.1 grams
Slice
Matteo Chinellato
89.1g
Endcut
Jay Piatek
Part slice Brice D. Hornback
14.5 grams
54mm X 34mm
Richard C Cavalieri
0.72 gr.
Fragment
David Hardy
10.5g
Slice
harlan trammell
0,34 g
Fragment
METEORITICON
Thin section David Hardy
0.11g
Fragment
Woreczko Jan & Wadi
0.56g
Part slice
METEORITES AUSTRALIA
Slice MeteoriteCollector.org - AMNH - New York
0,11g
7x6x5mm
Fragment
Robert Zdancewicz
0.846 grams
23x17x2 mm
Part slice
Gerald Armstrong
.250 grams
Part slice
MeteoriteCollector.org - FCOM - Russ Finney
0,37g
Andreas Grünemeyer
Half stone MeteoriteCollector.org - USNM - Smithsonian
0.5 grams
Micro
Fragment
Chris Spratt
0.3128 g
Part slice
John Creech, Victoria University of Wellington
0.0763 g
0.4 cm
Fragment
Michael S. Scherman
1.2 mg
2 mm
Fragment
Michael S. Scherman
0.71 grams
Part slice
David L. Ribeca
1.5 grams
19 x 16 x 2 mm
Part slice
Jim Brady
micro
micro
Fragment
Krzysztof Nowak
0.7 g
Endcut
Dominik Stoeckli
2,954 gr
Fragment
Seb Xaar
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