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Indarch-Meteorit

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Aserbaidschan / Autonome Republik Nachitschewan (Naxcivan) / Shusha / Indarch-Meteorit

Ge­ol­o­gy

Enstatit-Chondrit Meteorit. Es gibt 6 Stück davon: St. Sauveur, Adhi-Kot, Indarch, St. Marks und Kota-Kota.

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Indarch-Meteorit



Indarch-Meteorit

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 40.06916667° N, 
Long: 47.20416667° E
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 40° 4' 9" N,
   Long: 47° 12' 15" E
Local weather information, Macrostrat geological map

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https://www.mineralatlas.eu/?l=12808
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Indarch-Meteorit, Shusha, Autonome Republik Nachitschewan, AZ
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Important: Before entering this or any other place of discovery you should have a permission of the operator and/or owner. Likewise it is to be respected that necessary safety precautions are kept during the visit.

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Minerals (Count: 32)

Rocks (Count: 1)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Fuchs & Frondel & Klein (1966). Roedderit. Am. Min. 51, 949. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Keil & Snetsinger (1967). Niningerit. Science 155, 451. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Lee & Russell & Arden & Pillinger (1995). Nierit. Meteoritics 30, 387. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Fisenko, A.V. & Semenova, L.F. (1997): On the Selection of Chondrites for Studying Interstellar Diamond. Vernadsky Inst. Geochem. Analytical Chemistry, Russ. Acad.Sciences.
  • Britvin, S.N. (2008): Rudashevskyite, Fe-dominant analogue of sphalerite, a new mineral: description and crystal structure. Am. Min., 93, 902-09.

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