The Vissannapeta eucrite

@article{Ghosh2000TheVE,
  title={The Vissannapeta eucrite},
  author={S. K. Ghosh and N. C. Pant and T. K. Rao and Chandra Mohana and J. B. Ghosh and Sabyasachi Shome and N. Bhandari and Anil D. Shukla and K. M. Suthar},
  journal={Meteoritics \& Planetary Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={35}
}
Abstract— A wholly encrusted single stone that fell in Vissannapeta, Andhra Pradesh, India has been identified as a cumulate eucrite based on its primary texture and mineral composition: anorthite(An92.4–94.6), orthopyroxene(En49.1–51.8Fs44.2–49.7Wo1.2–4.0), and clinopyroxene (En38.8–46.8Fs14.8–33.6Wo19.6–46.4). The stone is pyramidal in shape, and the crust shows rib‐like flow features indicating that it had an oriented passage through the atmosphere towards the terminal stage of its flight… 
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