This rare meteorite was found
in Northwest Africa in 2003. It was a single small stone that weighed
only 36.8 grams. It is classified as a Ureilite and the following is
directly from the classification data. " Fragmental breccia with
clasts of a poikilitic ureilite embedded in typical ureilite material
that consists of olivine with homogeneous cores and reduced rims and
pyroxenes. Heavy concentration of carbonaceous matter, unoxidized metal.
This ureilite contains very little carbonaceous matter in contrast
to the host ureilite. Shock level S2, low weathering.
This is one rare little meteorite.