Ochansk (H4)


Country: Russia
State/District: Perm region
Date of fall/find: Fell 1887, August 30 1300
Total known weight: 500 kg (approx.)
Number of pieces: many pieces (shower)
Type: Ordinary chondrite, brecciated
Shock stage: S3

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After appearance of a luminous meteor and detonations, a shower of stones of total weight about 500kg, the largest weighing 115kg, fell in the village of Tabory, near Okhansk, G.A.Daubrée, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 1887, 105, p.987, M.H.Hey, Cat. Met., 1966, p.352. Description, G.P.Merrill, Mem. Nat. Acad. Sci. Washington, 1919, 14, p.7. Analysis, 26.19% total Fe, M.I.Dyakonova and V.Y.Kharitonova, Meteoritika, 1960, 18, p.48 (M.A.16-447). Further analysis, 27.19% total Fe, H.B.Wiik, GCA, 1956, 9, p.279. A stone of 180g shows minute pores in the crust, probably due to the escape of gases while the surface was fused, P.L.Dravert, Meteoritika, 1946, 3, p.63 (M.A.10-174), M.H.Hey [loc. cit.]. Olivine Fa20, B.Mason, GCA, 1963, 27, p.1011. Mössbauer analysis, W.Herr and B.Skerra, Meteorite Research (ed. P.M.Millman), 1969, p.106. Ni and Ir contents, O.Müller et al., GCA, 1971, 35, p.1121. Uranium content, D.E.Fisher, GCA, 1972, 36, p.15. Bi abundance, P.M.Santoliquido and W.D.Ehmann, GCA, 1972, 36, p.897. Partial INAA, R.A.Schmitt et al., Meteoritics, 1972, 7, p.131. Volatile trace element abundances, J.C.Laul et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.329. Noble gas data, exposure ages, R.Ganapathy and E.Anders, GCA, 1973, 37, p.359. Hg abundance, N.A.Ozerova et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.569. Analysis of Ni, Ga, Ge and Ir in metal and silicate, C.-L.Chou et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.2159. Chemical composition of chondrules, T.W.Osborn et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.1909. Further analysis, 27.08% total Fe, A.J.Easton and C.J.Elliott, Meteoritics, 1977, 12, p.409. New data on fall, A.K.Stanyukovich and V.V.Chichmar, Meteoritika, 1977, 36, p.146. Infrared photometry, albedo, JHK colors, M.Leake et al., Meteoritics, 1978, 13, p.101. Calculation of atmospheric ablation based on cosmic ray tracks and Ne isotopes, N.Bhandari et al., Nucl. Tracks, 1980, 4, p.213. Paleointensity, M.Westphal and H.Whitechurch, Meteoritics, 1981, 16, p.400 (abs.). REE abundances in chondrules, J.L.Gooding and T.Fukuoka, Meteoritics, 1982, 17, p.222 (abs.). Composition, mineralogy and physical properties of chondrules, J.L.Gooding, In: Chondrules and Their Origins (ed. E.A.King), 1983, p.61, Houston, Lunar Planet. Institute. Intrinsic oxygen fugacity measurements, R.Brett and M.Sato, GCA, 1984, 48, p.111; see also, LPSC, 1983, 14, p.69 (abs.). Major and trace element compositions of structurally characterized chondrules types, A.K.Lavrukhina et al., LPSC, 1986, 17, p.466 (abs.). Mn-53 data, V.A.Alexeev et al., LPSC, 1987, 18, p.17 (abs.). Nuclear track densities in olivines, L.L.Kashkarov et al., LPSC, 1987, 18, p.479 (abs.). Mobile trace element data, D.W.Lingner et al., GCA, 1987, 51, p.727. Kr-Kr exposure age, 7.2±1.5 Ma, O.Eugster, LPSC, 1988, 19, p.311 (abs.). Study of tracks in olivine, N.N.Korotkova et al., LPSC, 1988, 19, p.639, 641 (abs.). Structural features of taenite particles, V.I.Grokhovsky, Meteoritika, 1988, 47, p.57, Meteoritics, 1989, 24, p.273 (abs.). TL data, M.Haq et al., GCA, 1988, 52, p.1679. Preaccretion irradiation history, L.L.Kashkarov and G.V.Kalinina, LPSC, 1991, 22, p.691 (abs.). TL data, shock history, L.L.Kashkarov et al, LPSC, 1991, 22, p.693 (abs.). Oxygen isotopic composition, R.N.Clayton et al., GCA, 1991, 55, p.2317. Petrographic shock classification, D.Stöffler et al., GCA, 1991, 55, p.3845. Analysis of carbon concentr., J.Makjanic et al., Meteoritics, 1993, 28, p.63. Cu content, A.E.Rubin, Meteoritics, 1994, 29, p.93. Nitrogen isotopic composition of metal, K.Hashizume and N.Sugiura, GCA, 1997, 61, p.859. Porosity, D.T.Britt and G.J.Consolmagno, LPSC, 1997, 28, p.159 (abs.). Physical properties, density and porosity data, G.J.Consolmagno and D.T.Britt, MAPS, 1998, 33, p.1231. Determination of bulk density, S.L.Wilkison and M.S.Robinson, MAPS, 2000, 35, p.1203. Determination of cosmogenic Ne-21 production rate and exposure age, I.Leya et al., LPSC, 2000, 31, abs. #1562.



ID#: 4836
Description: Crusted fragment
Size: 2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm
Weight: 5.4 gr

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