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Hello to all, thus I appear: I am Jérôme alias jdc-meteorite.

I am a collector fascinated in the field of meteorites since my childhood (and the space also).

When I saw that your forum possessed a space dedicated to my passion, I did not hesitate to join !!!!

I created a Website on meteorites and on space at this address : http://jdc-meteorite.e-monsite.com/ (I suppose that he will interest you ;)

Well, I think of having said to everything to you, I hope that I could integrate into your charming "community" !

See you soon !

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Welcome Jerome....are you a collector, dealer or hunter...perhaps all three? please share any experiences you have had and post pictures of your finds..and general locations...

thanks

fred

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Salut JDC

bienvenue sur le forum je suis tombé sur vous au cours de la RSE, à titre de courtoisie au projet de loi et d'autres sur le forum tu pourrais poster quelques images et dites-nous ce que vous avez certains membres ici n'ont toujours composer et qu'il prend trop de temps et d'autres n 't tiens à cliquer sur les liens externes, mais amusez-vous ici les membres sont un grand bouquet. Votre site est superbe

Vive Johnno

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Merci Johnno ! / Thanks Johnno !

The meteorite of Toulouse is a chondrite H6 :

April 10, 1812, to 20 hours, a meteor lights up the sky in the Toulouse region. The frightened witness attending the fall of several stones, attracted by a loud bang and a bright light in the atmosphere.

les-mysteres-de-la-meteorite-de-toulouse-230312.jpg?fx=r_550_412

(photo taken from : expositions.foxoo.com)

Fragments are collected by farmers in the hours and days. Soon, this exceptional phenomenon arouses the interest of leaders and men of science.

toulouse-vatican2.jpg?fx=r_550_412

(photo taken from : encyclopedia-of-meteorites.com)

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Great museum pictures, thanks for sharing!

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I did something insane on the site!!!!!! The black background (which is behind the text) is 50% transparent !

There is therefore an improvement in the readability of content that can also see the beautiful background image of the site! I searched for 2 hours to find it :)

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A picture, on the internet, of you standing in front of a picture of you, on the internet. Too funny! Now you need to stand in front of your monitor and take a picture of you with the internet picture of you infront of you on the internet in the background. :)

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gao-guenie-2.jpg

Gao-Guenie (H5), individual oriented

gebel-kamil.jpg

Gebel Kamil (Ataxite), endcut

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