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Unknown black SLIGHTLY magnetic rock.


RockyC

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I have an excellent suggestion for you !!!
Why don't you start taking a few of the "suspect rocks" and sending them to the closest university that deals with Meteorites and have them take a look at em .
Then you will know for sure what you have and what your "doing" :yesss::old:

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I have an excellent suggestion for you !!!

Why don't you start taking a few of the "suspect rocks" and sending them to the closest university that deals with Meteorites and have them take a look at em .

Then you will know for sure what you have and what your "doing" :yesss::old:

I think that's excellent advice.

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Go to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. They have a large meteorite exhibit there. I've seen it.

http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent-exhibitions/earth-and-planetary-sciences-halls/arthur-ross-hall-of-meteorites/meteorites/looking-inside-meteorites

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