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How to ID / Identify a Meteorite - Stone

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or Join us on Facebook! In 3 simple steps, you can identify if a stone is a meteorite or meteorwrong. All done in the field while hunting, only requires a magnet, a file, and the knowledge in this video. Far too many people think they have meteorites but don't know for sure. Here is the video to find out. And don't be afraid of bad news, only 1 in a 500 have a meteorite.

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Написал: JadenVlotman, 13.07.2014, 20:42

Meteorites don't have holes you said. But they can have small pin-sized holes that looks like they have been poked by a needle or something 
Написал: Grimgold Goblin, 03.06.2014, 19:58

You cannot grind a face in a meteorite in centimeters unless you are in France.
Написал: GPC™, 28.08.2014, 00:08

not all meteorites have iron, do they?
Написал: Roop_There_It_Is, 17.08.2014, 13:57

wow. so many flaws in your reasoning. not all meteorites are nickel-iron. could be olivine meteorites to even just some other non-ferrous metal. 
Написал: NorthCentralGPAA GranburyTX, 03.08.2014, 14:12

GOLDGUY Like, Now this is what I'm talking about. This would be a great topic of discussion for the Speaker/Lecture Series at the Abilene Gold & Treasure Expo 6-7 Sept 2014: https://www.goldprospectors.org/Community/Events/Gold-and-Treasure-Shows/EventId/GS14ABILENETX?Category=GS#.U95CDGCzFMs 
Написал: emma marky, 17.07.2014, 17:15

What if u found a meteorite on a beach would the surface area be different to a one found on land?
Написал: Yunisar Ibrahim, 06.07.2014, 14:48

After see the instruction in this video. I 'm sure that i have one... before i see this video i am not realy sure. Is lab test needed?
Написал: jeffs1000, 05.07.2014, 17:28

found a freshly fallen chondrite or stony meteorite that I witnessed. It landed in my lawn shaking my house. Its the size of a tennis ball only issues I have are its not that heavy like most meteorites, and although it has metal flecks its not that much lighter in the inside.
Написал: JadenVlotman, 30.07.2014, 07:01

Does it have to be a diamond file?
Написал: Gavin McDonald, 18.04.2014, 20:30

thanks, my rock has too many holes and has no iron
Написал: avgrim77, 30.06.2014, 10:51

What if it was submerged in water and the iron parts rusted out making holes where the metal used to be? You can't tell me that wouldn't happen if it was submerged in water for years.
Написал: avgrim77, 30.06.2014, 10:46

I have a 140 gram meteorite!
Написал: JadenVlotman, 13.07.2014, 20:51

One of my rocks are rusted but isn't magnetic, wait a minute...
Написал: stinkybigfoota9e, 15.02.2013, 10:55

I WANNA ROCK!
Написал: MrEventhorizon1, 13.05.2013, 18:10

Question? is there or could there be more types of meteorite that does'nt have iron?
Написал: missmamtube, 28.10.2013, 03:52

I always wanted to know just how to tell if a rock was just a rock or a meteorite. Thank you for sharing with us all. Blessings !
Написал: Tomas Jujitsu, 18.09.2013, 00:58

considering the age of these things .... What is the time frame for a new meteorite ?
Написал: Brenda given Shipley- Fox, 07.10.2012, 23:37

Awesome Video Easy to Follow and Interesting for all you RockHounds :)
Написал: wendy rivett, 04.08.2013, 05:18

I have found a meteorite on the beach in North Sidney. It was verified by a meturologist in Montreal and is authentic. You can look it up in the Nelson Star from last Friday. regards
Написал: lunageologist, 28.11.2012, 01:52

If it is very dense, has small crystals or no crystals, and is dark from green to black, it is either an andesite (green to gray lava rock) or basalt (dark green to very black). If you have a locality that you found it I could give you a better idea of what it could be.
Написал: Rob Catlin, 16.07.2013, 23:06

miss leading in some part there are meteorites that are not magnetic but have the same tests less the magnet test
Написал: John Clark, 24.08.2012, 22:50

You probably have a piece of hematite.
Написал: Dino Di Lucido, 06.02.2013, 21:06

Iron is very abundant as its the final product of the stellar fusion process that is going on at the heart of every star. Towards the end of the star's life, almost all its fuel is fused into Iron making it the sixth most abundant element after Hydrogen, Helium, Oxygen, Carbon & Neon. All other chemical elements above Atomic # 26 (Iron) are manufactured by supernovae (exploding stars) as they are the only events that can generate sufficient energy for nucleosynthesis to occur. Very high energy.
Написал: MadWizard777, 22.04.2012, 01:22

Hi. If you (or anybody else here) have time I would greatly appreciate if you take a look at watch?v=z6ka2AQxmFI Do you think it looks like a meteorite? You can also just click my channel and watch the video there. Thanks :)
Написал: Acethedemon, 08.10.2013, 12:45

i have a rock it looks lik a metor but isnt magnetic but is small but is very heavy idk wat it is