Meteorite chondrite NWA. With fresh fussion crust 17.3 g08/12/2021
is a H5 ordinary chondrite meteorite that fell on Burkina Faso, West Africa, on March 5, 1960. The fall was composed of many fragments and it is one of the largest observed meteorite showers in Africa to date.
In this selection you can find a large number of fragments of the famous Gao-Guenie meteorite. One of the faces has been polished with a very shiny and natural finish without additives or chemical products.
Some of the pieces present interesting inclusions of iron with troilite, common in H5. Other pieces can be seen in the flight lines, which are partially preserved in the fusion layer.
15,99, 11,18, 19,10, 18,76, 11,66, 17,54, 20,64, 22,23, 67,82, 86,91, 35,24, 51,99, 42,47, 51,44