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    Default meteor from the sky with diamonds



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    Default Re: meteor from the sky with diamonds

    Thought that was Lucy......



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    Default Re: meteor from the sky with diamonds

    Cool! I've got quite a few meteorites, mostly L4 Chondrites, but none have diamonds. Maybe I'll get lucky next time out.

    Thanks for the link, nFA.

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    Default Re: meteor from the sky with diamonds

    Quote Originally Posted by smeyer8015 View Post
    Thought that was Lucy......
    That happens to be what she answers to.
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    Default Re: meteor from the sky with diamonds

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    Cool! I've got quite a few meteorites, mostly L4 Chondrites, but none have diamonds. Maybe I'll get lucky next time out.
    Good luck! Stranger things have happened.....
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    Default Re: meteor from the sky with diamonds

    Makes me want to take Gay Deceiver and go mine some asteroids. Neat article. johnnyb
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