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France, Loir-et-Cher
Fell july 23, 1872
Carbonaceous chondrite CO3.5
Total mass  : 51.7 kg

Specimen en collection :
7.61g slice

In the afternoon of July 23, 1872, a very loud bang was heard near Tours. At 5.20 pm, an inhabitant of Ile-Bouchard saw passing above him a burning bolide. The meteor seemed to separate into two burning bodies. In fact, many meteorites fell and were discovered : At Lancé, around Authon and around Prunay.

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  • Mike Farmer

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