I got in earily on this meteorite, and bought ALL the smaller slices and fragments they had after cutting it up last year. I took a gamble and it paid off...Name: Nothing
This is an OFFICIAL meteorite name.
Abbreviation: There is no official abbreviation for this meteorite.
Observed fall: No
Year found: 2010
Country: United States
Mass: 3.7 kg
Country: Arizona, USA
Mass: 3.7 kilos -- only one meteorite found. They have been looking for the past 3 years for a second one... No luck.
It has been classified as a IID Iron. Only 22 meteorites ever found are IID irons. This is the 22nd one.State/Prov/County:Arizona Origin or pseudonym: desert scrub Date: 2010 Latitude: 34°31'13.93"N Longitude: 113°20'8.93"W Mass (g): 3700 Pieces: 1 Class: Iron, IID Weathering grade: low Classifier: L. Garvie, ASU; J.T. Wasson, UCLA Type spec mass (g): 102.83 Type spec location: ASU Main mass: Keith and Dana Jenkerson Finder: Anonymous
Nothing 34°31’13.93"N, 113°20’8.93"WArizona, USA Found: 2010 Classification: Iron meteorite (IID) History : In 2010, a gold prospector with a metal detector located an iron mass buried about 60 cm below the surface, 4.5 km north of Nothing, Arizona. The finder sold most of the mass (3.3 kg) in 2012 at a natural history auction, ... read more