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Spectra of meteorites generally consist of a mixture of spectral components from glass, olivine, pyroxene, iron oxides, and metals, depending on the type of meteorite. It is useful to compare the spectrum of the whole meteorite to the spectra of its separated-out mineral components.

The photo to the left is representative of this mineral group; however, it is not the same sample on which spectra listed below were measured.

ALH A 77005 fusion crust
ALH A77005,159
ALH A84001,271
ALH A84001,359
ALH A84001,92
ALH 83100 K. Howard
ALH A 81002 K. Howard
BTN 00300,21 Eucrite
Chassigny USNM 624
EET 87520,23 Eucrite
EET A79001,A
EET A79001,A-472
EET A79001,B
EET A79001,B-480
LAP 04840,16
LAP 04840,16 <125mm.
LAP 04840,16 <45mm
LAP 04840,16 mica
LEW 88516 36
Los Angeles stone 1, Janice Bishop allocation
Los Angeles USNM 7058
MAC 02522,7 Eucrite
MET 01070 K. Howard
NWA 2737
NWA 6259 4mm
QUE 94201,4413 mg whole rock
QUE 93005 K. Howard
QUE 97990 K. Howard
SCO 06043 K. Howard
Y 791198 K. Howard
Y 984028 whole rock exterior
Y 984028 whole rock interior

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