"Kapoeta fell in 1942 in Sudan. Howardites are brecciated and contain fragments of both diogenites and eucrites which are a testament to the violant processes which led to thier creation. During the bombardment of the surface of the parent body pieces of the fine surface material (eucrite) was mixed with the coarser grained diogenite material which came from deeper in the parent. Also found in Kapoeta are carbonaceous chondrite inclusions which make this an even more unusual specimen.
0.12 grams - (a)
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