This particular specimen comes protected in a clear gem case. Fragments from this location have been scientifically examined and classified.
Below is information copied from the "The Meteoritical Society" website........... ----------------------------------- Round Top (b)
Fayette County, Texas, USA
Known since 1939.
Ordinary chondrite (H4 S3)
A mass of 7.166 kg was acquired by O. E. Monnig after canvassing in the Round Top area. The exact fmd site is not known. The coordinates given are those of the town Round Top. Classification and analysis: olivine Fa18.4, pyroxene Fs16.1; H. J. Ehlmann and K. Keil, University of Hawaii, Planetary Geosciences Division, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, USA; see also Ehlmann and Keil (1993). Main mass: Monnig Collection, Dept. of Geology, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas 76129, USA.
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