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Eucrites

The Eucrites are named for a Greek word meaning "easily distinguished". Representing the most common class of achondrites, more than 100 eucrites are known, excluding all probable pairings. Although they are easily distinguished from chondrites, they closely resemble terrestrial basalts. Actually, eucrites are extraterrestrial basalts, volcanic rocks of magmatic origin, representing the crust of their parent body, Vesta. They are primarily composed of the calcium-poor pyroxene, pigeonite, and the calcium-rich plagioclase, anorthite. Additionally, eucrites often contain accessory minerals such as silica, chromite, troilite, and nickel-iron metal. Based on mineralogical and chemical differences, the eucrites have been further divided into three distinct subgroups: the non-cumulate group, the cumulate group, and the polymict group.

Bereba

Fell June 27, 1924, Upper Volta

TKW 18 kg

Monomict eucrite Highly shocked



Bereba 00

Big endcut with shinning fusion crut

168 gr

Price on request

 

Bereba 01

Nice endcut with shinning fusion crust, a killer specimen !!

26.62 gr

Price on request

 

 

Bereba 02

Big slice with shocks veins 

25.76 gr

SOLD

Bereba 03

Small slice with shocks veins 

0.992 gr

SOLD

 

Bereba 04

Small endcut with shocks veins 

0.672 gr

$ 120

 

Bereba 05

Small slice with shocks veins 

0.670 gr

SOLD

 

Bereba 06

Small slice with shocks veins 

0.392 gr

$ 80

 

Bereba 07

Small fragment with shocks veins 

0.412 gr

$ 80

 

Bereba 08

Small fragment with shocks veins

0.444 gr

$ 80

 

 

 

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