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Photomosaics of the cathodoluminescence of 60 sections of meteorites and lunar samples
[1] Cathodoluminescence (CL) petrography provides a means of observing petrographic and compositional properties of geological samples not readily observable by other techniques. We report theExpand
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Thermoluminescence constraints on the metamorphic, shock, and brecciation history of basaltic meteorites
Abstract Induced thermoluminescence measurements have been performed on eighteen eucrites, thirteen howardites (plus seven splits from the Bholghati howardite), six diogenites, and fifteenExpand
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The induced thermoluminescence and thermal history of plagioclase feldspars
Abstract Feldspars are a common component in igneous and metamorphic rocks. Most feldspars exhibit luminescence, and this has proved useful in a number of mineralogical applications. In this paper,Expand
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Evidence for differences in the thermal histories of Antarctic and non-Antarctic H chondrites with cosmic-ray exposure ages less than 20 Ma
Antarctic H chondrites show a different range of induced thermoluminescence properties compared with those of H chondrites that have fallen elsewhere in the world. Recent noble gas data show thatExpand
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The unique thermal history of H chondrites
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The natural thermoluminescence of meteorites: III. lunar and basaltic meteorites☆
Natural thermoluminescence (TL) data have been obtained for the lunar meteorite MacAlpine Hills 88104/5 and for 65 eucrites, howardites, diogenites, and mesosiderites in order to investigate theirExpand
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The metamorphic history of eucrites and eucrite‐related meteorites and the case for late metamorphism
— We report induced thermoluminescence (TL) data for separates from three howardite, eucrite and diogenite (HED) meteorites and the Vaca Muerta mesosiderite. The results of thermal modeling of theExpand
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Constraints on the thermal and mixing history of lunar surface materials and comparisons with basaltic meteorites
We have measured the induced thermoluminescence (TL) properties of mare basalts, highland rocks, glasses, regolith breccias, soils and core samples. We also performed a series of heating experimentsExpand
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