» Meteorite: NWA 8647» Meteoritical Bulletin Database
Classification: HED Eucrite, brecciated
Time/Place: 07.2010 in Erfoud, Morocco
Mass: 325 gram

History: Numerous individuals up to several cm in size, all partly covered with fusion crust, were bought at a mineral market in Erfoud, Morocco.
Petrography: The meteorite is a breccia composed of basaltic lithologies and mineral fragments set into a fine-grained melt-rich matrix. Calcic plagioclase and exsolved pyroxene are dominant minerals; accessories include SiO2 polymorphs, chromite, and troilite. The rock contains abundant recrystallized shock melt.
Geochemistry: low-Ca pyroxene, Fs60±0.9Wo2.9±0.7 (Fs58.3-61.3Wo2.2-4.7, n=15, FeO/MnO=30-34); Ca-pyroxene, Fs26.3±1.1Wo43.5±0.4 (Fs23.5-27.2Wo42.9-44, n=15, FeO/MnO=29-35); calcic plagioclase, An90.5±0.7 (An89.5-91.5, n=15)

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