A METEORITE FRAGMENT TRAPPED BETWEEN POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SHATTER CONES IN A LIMESTONE BLOCK STORED AT THE METEORKRATER-MUSEUM STEINHEIM, GERMANY
E. Buchner, M. Hölzel, M. Schmieder, M. Rasser, J. Fietzke, M. Frische, S. Kutterolf
80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society 2017
“A metallic fragment on a shatter cone surface of a shattered limestone block is composed of Fe, Ni, and Co. Kamacite, taenite, troilite, and schreibersite were identified. These findings suggest this fragment is a piece of the Steinheim projectile. ”
Meteoritic matter from the Ries and Steinheim impactors?
Schmidt, G., El Goresy, A., Pernicka, E.
Paneth Kolloquium Nördlingen (2017), abstract #0070
October 11-13, 2017
“We will present literature data to show that these claims are not only in conflict with previous studies but that their conclusion is
completely unsupported by published data (see Fig.).”
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