A lowly unclassified NWA for you all this month (I feel free to describe it as that since it's one of my own!). It's mass is 114g and it's heavily weathered. However, it's of interest for two reasons. Firstly, it's likely to be a CV3 meteorite as it's a very close visual match to several other weathered NWA CV3's that were coming out of the region a few years ago. Secondly, and of more interest, is the possible foliation indicated by the flattened chondrules that appear aligned with their longest axis almost horizontal in this image. Click here
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Unless you want me to comb through my own images next month I'll need more submissions from you all again this month!