in [Chicago] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Sharat Kumar Roy and Robert Kriss Wyant.|
|Series||Geological series of Field Museum of Natural History,, v. 7, no. 8|
|Contributions||Wyant, Robert Kriss, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .F4 vol. 7, no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||49011349|
8 4 GEOLOGICAL SERIES OF FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Volume VII Aug No. 8 THE NAVAJO METEORITE SEP 3 By Sharat Kumar Roy Chief Curator, Department of Geology AND Robert Kriss Wyant Curator, Economic Geology INTRODUCTION Preliminary studies on the Navajo meteorite described in this paper were made by the late Dr. Oliver Cummings Farrington . The Navajo Meteorite is presently in the Field Museum of Chicago, Illinois. There is an interesting online book about the meteorite as follows: Roy, Sharat Kumar, and Robert Kriss Wyant. The Navajo Meteorite. From Book 1: Thomas Begay is found dead-drunk under the La Plata Bridge not unusual for Thomas Begay. What is unusual, is BIA investigator Patsy Greyhorse, found lying beside him not drunk, or even a Navajo, but very dead nonetheless. The Navajo Meteorite is presently in the Field Museum of Chicago, Illinois. There is an interesting online book about the meteorite as follows: Roy, Sharat Kumar, and Robert Kriss Wyant.
Navajo Autumn (A Navajo Nation Mystery #1), Boy Made of Dawn (Navajo Nation Mystery #2), Ancient Blood (Navajo Nation Mystery #3), Mojado (Navajo Nation Home My BooksAuthor: R. Allen Chappell. Navajo meteorite, Padres Mesa, Apache County, Arizona, USA: Iron meteorite, octahedrite (IIAB, Ogg) Found, ; tons, 2 masses Two masses of Fe-Ni metal (~%) were found 48 meters apart km ( miles) N of Padres Mesa (summit), buried in talus. Read "The Navajo meteorite" by Sharat Kumar Roy,Wyant, Robert Kriss, joint author available from Rakuten Kobo. Navajo Meteor Impact Site. The Navajo Impact is very old, and complex. This is one of the few impacts that actually resembles an impact crater. This gives a relative idea as to the age of the impacts, and shows that the Navajo Impact was a very long time ago: The 12 mile radius seismic circle. The 20 mile radius seismic circle. The 38 mile.