The Meteoritical Bulletin, No. 109

Jérôme Gattacceca, Francis M. McCubbin, Jeffrey Grossman, Audrey Bouvier, Emma Bullock, Hasnaa Chennaoui Aoudjehane, Vinciane Debaille, Massimo D’Orazio, Mutsumi Komatsu, Bingkui Miao, Devin L. Schrader

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Meteoritical Bulletin 109 contains the 2790 meteorites approved by the Nomenclature Committee of the Meteoritical Society in 2020. It includes 17 falls (Al Farciya, Auckland, Cavezzo, Flensburg, Gatuto, Kolang, Mahadeva, Matarka, Narashino, Novo Mesto, Oslo, Saint-Ouen-en-Champagne, Santa Filomena, Tarda, Tiros, Wad Lahteyba, Zhob), with 2336 ordinary chondrites, 131 carbonaceous chondrites (including 8 ungrouped ones), 123 HED achondrites, 41 Martian meteorites, 35 lunar meteorites, 23 iron meteorites, 21 ureilites, 17 primitive achondrites, 13 ungrouped achondrites, 12 mesosiderites, 12 Rumuruti chondrites, 9 enstatite chondrites, 8 pallasites, 4 unclassified meteorites (identified at the surface of Mars), 3 enstatite achondrites, 1 angrite, and 1 ungrouped chondrite. One thousand five hundred and forty-one are from Antarctica, 763 from Africa, 297 from South America, 127 from Asia, 31 from North America, 11 from Europe, 10 from Oceania, 9 from Mars, and 1 from an unknown location.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1626-1630
Number of pages5
JournalMeteoritics and Planetary Science
Issue number8
StatePublished - Aug 2021

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geophysics
  • Space and Planetary Science


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