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18.6 gram "Aiquile" Meteorite - end cut - from Nov 20, 2016 fall in Bolivia

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Seller: mr-meteorite (4.192) 100%, Location: Peoria, Arizona, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 322676591575 My name is Ruben Garcia aka MrMeteorite and I’m a meteorite dealer/collector. I have dealt in meteorites for 17 years and it’s been a wonderful ride. I’ve been featured in many books and magazines about meteorites, like Sky and Telescope, Discover, Iguana, Meteorite Times, and even the latest book by O. Richard and Dorothy Norton, called “What’s so Mysterious about Meteorites?” I’ve also appeared in such TV shows as, Meteorite Men, Nova Science NOW, Cash and Treasures, and the United Stats of America with Hosts “The Sklar Brothers”. Of course, I’ve also been the subject of newspapers all across the country and various NPR and BBC radio shows. I typically sell to high profile museums and universities all over the world. Everything I sell here is guaranteed just as if I were selling to a museum. Feel free to visit my website (MrMeteorite) to see what I’m up to and don’t forget to bid with confidence! Payment is due upon auctions end, unless you contact me and want to wait a few days to bid on more items in order to combine shipping. Check out my other items! I include a business card sized label that describes each particular specimen! Payment is due upon auction end. Bid with confidence as all my auctions are guaranteed! Shipping in the USA $5.25 International shipping $12.00 About this particular meteorite fall from local Bolivian paper. (translated to English) COCHABAMBA | At least four meteorites fell last weekend in three communities in the municipality of Aiquile, distant 195 kilometers from the city of Cochabamba, said the mayor of that region, Luis Lopez. "We have concluded that meteorites have fallen here in Aiquile, in the communities of Panama, Villa Granado and Tabla Mayu ... They are stones that have special characteristics," he told ABI. The incident took place around 6:00 pm on Sunday and the impact of the meteorites caused strong detonations that caught the attention of dozens of community members. The mayor of Aiquile broadcast images and a video of the find. The people thought it was a plane or an earthquake, because of the loud sound of the explosion, the authority explained. "It was very loud and quite prolonged, we even thought it was a strange earthquake or a ray because it was raining ... Fortunately, we did not have any injuries," he said. A commission was transferred to the area to analyze the event and prepare a report. Meanwhile the head of the Risk Management Unit, Oscar Soriano, said that the Governor of Cochabamba will seek the help of university experts and other institutions to prepare the collection and analysis of rocks. "We have to see first what risks exist for human health and if we have to generate a contingency plan for this issue, because it is not just to approach and handle one of these issues," he said. The official established that a retinue formed by the specialists who are contacted will be moved to the impact zone of the meteorites in the next few hours. Condition: New

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