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Harper Dry Lake 025
Basic information Name: Harper Dry Lake 025
     This is a PROVISIONAL name.
     It cannot be used in publications.
Abbreviation: HrDL 025
Observed fall: No
Year found: 2007
Country: United States
Mass:help 20.2 g
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Recommended:  Unknown    [explanation]

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Name: Harper Dry Lake 025
Fieldname: HrDL 025
Origin/pseudonym: San Bernardino Co., CA
Purchased:
Purchase or find date: 2007 Sep 28
Lat/long: 35° 2.999'N, 117° 15.854'W
Mass: 20.2
Pieces: 1
Specimens: 4.7 grams UCLA
Description: Classified by A. Rubin UCLA: L5 S2 W4; Fa 24.7±0.5‰ (n=6)
Info: rectangular fragment, missing ~3 pieces, fusion-crust only on 3-sides; found near dry lake.
Name assigned to: Verish
Date assigned: 2010-09-07
Assigned by: Chris Herd
References: Never published in the Meteoritical Bulletin
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     Recommended::   (35° 3' 0"N, 117° 15' 51"W)
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