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dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.tcu.edu/handle/116099117/63257
dc.descriptionTranslated notes on the Fuyu (Songyuan) China meteorites from the book "China's admirable stone" from Beijing Technology University.
dc.relationOscar Monnig Papers (MS 124)
dc.rightsPrior written permission from TCU Special Collections required to use any document or photograph.
dc.sourceSeries III, Box 06, Fuyu, China folder
dc.subjectMeteorite
dc.subjectSongyuan (China)
dc.subjectSongyuan (Fuyu) meteorite
dc.titleTranslated notes on the Fuyu (Songyuan) China Meteorites
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dc.description.transcriptionSongyuan (Fuyu Meteorites) This is the photo of Songyuan (Fuyu) meteorite and relative article from a book 'China's admirable stone (zhong guo guan shang shi), Copyright by Beijing Technology University (bei jing gong ye da xue) I translated related to Songyuan part: According to the report of China's geography mine newspaper, In the afternoon of August, 15,1993, The countryside of Songyuan city, Jilin privince [province] fell suddenly meteorites rain, 4 meteorites were collected. The biggest one weighs 28kg, and the smallest one weighs 2.5kg. it can be seen in the site, when the biggest meteorite fell in the ground, inserted in the earth for 60cm, the radius of the meteorite pit is 20cm. It is estimated that the fallen area is about 10 square km, and some meteorite maybe in the field. The specility [specialty] think about that this time meteorites falling is same type with the meteorites falling in Jilin city, 1976, They all belong to stone meteorite. These meteorites have many faces cubic shape, the faces of them have black crust as they falling in high temperature. These meteorites are collected in Fuyu district museum of Songyuan city. (China's admirable stone, Copyright by Beijing Technology University)


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    The files are arranged alphabetically, usually according to the location of discovery of the meteorite. The files contain correspondence and research material on the meteorites in the collection.

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