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Stone, chondrite, L5-6, W0
Cluj, Transsylvania, Romania
Fall: February 3, 1882, 16:00 hrs
TKW: ~ 300 kg
Individual 68.90 g

Fully crusted individual with inventory label from The Vienna Museum of Natural History. The Mocs meteorite shower fell on February 3, 1882 at 16:00 hours in the afternoon in Cluj, Transylvania. Around 300 kilograms of stones were recovered, the largest of 56 kg. The majority of the specimens collected were purchased from the Vienna Museum of Natural History, and from there many were distributed to other museums in Europe and the US via trades .
Inventory #



October 5, 2015


Chondrites, Stones, Witnessed Falls