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Wednesday, 12 July 2006

Martian Sedimentary Meteorites

Martian Sedimentary Meteorites

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 12 23:14:27 EDT 2006

Ashley, Gail M. and Delaney, Jeremy S, 1999, If a meteorite of
Martian sandstone hit you on the head would you recognize it?
1999, Lunar and Planetary Science XXX, abstarct no. 1273

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/LPSC99/pdf/1273.pdf

Tuesday, 4 July 2006

Metal Detectors was " Even more of that darned Brenham"

Metal Detectors was " Even more of that darned Brenham"

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 4 16:09:50 EDT 2006

Mr. Garrison wrote:


>A rotted/"puzzle piece" new main mass? Photo on site

> http://www.kansas.com/mld/kansas/14956160.htm


What type of metal detector would a person use to look for
buried, badly rusted meteorites??

How does a person calibrate it to sense pieces of meteorite
somehwat smaller than found above?

Are there any web pages on using metal detectors to look
for buried meteorites?

Yours,

Paul