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David Glacier 92300 ** DAV 92300 Official 1992 Antarctica CK4 26.7 g 76 16(2) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92301 DAV 92301 Official 1992 Antarctica LL5 108.7 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92302 ** DAV 92302 Official 1992 Antarctica LL3.6 58.8 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92303 DAV 92303 Official 1992 Antarctica H5 7.3 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92304 DAV 92304 Official 1992 Antarctica H6 4.7 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92305 DAV 92305 Official 1992 Antarctica L6 0.9 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92306 ** DAV 92306 Official 1992 Antarctica LL3.6 1.6 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92307 DAV 92307 Official 1992 Antarctica L6 5 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 92308 ** DAV 92308 Relict* 1992 Antarctica Chondrite-fusion crust 1.7 g 79 17(1) ANSMET Google Earth   
David Glacier 01001 DAV 01001 Official 2001 Antarctica L6 134.1 g 86  PNRA Google Earth   

Classified by refractive index of olivine. Both petrologic type and group subject to larger than normal uncertainty.

*A relict meteorite is dominantly composed of secondary minerals, and is thought to have once been a meteorite.

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