10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EUCRITIC»
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From Dust to Terrestrial Planets: Proceedings of an ISSI ...
The amount of melt produced was constrained by the amount of eucritic
component left in the shell, and the amount of excess heat (equivalent to T >
1500K; 250 J per g of eucritic melt is needed) generated in that time step. The
eucritic melt is ...
Willy Benz, R. Kallenbach, G. W. Lugmair, 2000
Field Guide to Meteors and Meteorites
They are cemented soils composed of clasts and fragments of eucritic and dioge-
nitic material. They are always polymict breccias, often containing black clasts of
carbonaceous chondrite material and xenolithic inclusions. (Xenoliths are ...
O. Richard Norton, Lawrence Chitwood, 2008
Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites
enes occurring as discrete grains and lamellae range from
En37_39Fs20Wo41_43 to En24 Fs34Wo42, although their Wo contents (Wo37.
43) also vary (Fig. 2a). The Wo contents of primary high-Ca pyroxenes in a
ferroan Pig-eucritic clast is ...
Issues in Earth Sciences, Geology, and Geophysics: 2011 Edition
“A lensoidal body of eucritic gabbronorite occurs in contact with leuconorite and
outer gabbronorite rim. Baring ferrodiorites, the mafic members such as HAG,
troctolitic norite and eucritic gabbronorite are not known in other anorthosite ...
Howardites are polymict regolith breccias consisting mostly of eucritic and
diogenitic components, with >10 vol% orthopyroxene. They also contain some
olivine, suggesting yet another source rock, as well as carbonaceous chondrite
William Frederick Bottke, 2002
Issues in General Science and Scientific Theory and Method: ...
There are considerable regional and local variations across the asteroid:
Spectrally distinct regions include the south-polar Rheasilvia basin, which
displays a higher diogenitic component, and equatorial regions, which show a
higher eucritic ...
The Dawn Mission to Minor Planets 4 Vesta and 1 Ceres
Impact mixing of eucritic and diogenitic lithologies has produced a range of
polymict breccias, including the polymict eucrites and the howardites (Mittlefehldt
et al. 1998). Unlike their monomict counterparts, these meteorites are
Christopher Russell, Carol Raymond, 2012
Meteorites: A Petrologic, Chemical and Isotopic Synthesis
One mesosiderite, Reckling Peak (RKP) A79015, with >85 vol% Ca-poor
pyroxene and < 10 vol% plagioclase, is designated type C. Type A mesosiderites
have a large eucritic component and grade into type B, which have more
Planetary Petrology and Geochemistry: The Lawrence A. Taylor ...
Chromium is depleted in terrestrial volcanic rocks, and is present in similar, and
relatively high, abundances in mare and eucritic basalts. If lunar and eucritic
basalts were derived from source regions with similar Cr and V abundances, ...
Lawrence A. Taylor, Gregory A. Snyder, Clive R. Neal, 1999
Proceedings of the fifteenth Lunar and Planetary Science ...
Holocrystalline Lithic Clasts Diogenitic clasts Eucritic clasts Hyp-eucritic clasts _ ,
,_. . . , ... , _ ,Coarse-gr .ined IPig-eucritic clasts IPig-eucritic clasts („. °. , ,_. ° _. .. .
, Fine-grained IPig-eucritic clasts Pig-eucritic clasts ° ° Fa-Hd-Trid-Pl clasts ...
Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1985
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «EUCRITIC»
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Macro photography: hidden rock art and the magic of polarized light
Different areas in a slide of Eucritic Gabbro from Scotland. With polarizer and without. Some of these tiny mineral crystals are what is called ... «imaging resource, Jan 14»
Lovely Green Olivine On Vesta Paints A Different Formation History
This situation likely arose from a series of impacts that changed around the eucritic (stony meteorite) crust of Vesta: “A generalized geologic ... «Universe Today, Nov 13»
Rainbow of Colors Reveal Asteroid Vesta as More Like a Planet
“The surface is very much consistent with the variability in the HED (Howardite-Eucritic-Diogenite) meteorites,” Prof. Chris Russell, Dawn ... «Universe Today, Dec 11»