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Apollo Sample 10021

   
Generic Number 10021
Mission Information
Mission Apollo 11
Station
Landmark
Bag Number Cont. Bag
Original Weight 250.00 g
Sample Classification
Rock Type Breccia
Rock Subtype Regolith
Description glass matrix, friable, few large clasts, glass spheres
Sample Availability
Percent of Pristine Sample Available 30.21%
Date of Pristinity Calculation Apr 2, 2014
Thin Sections Available See list of available thin sections.
Public Displays
Display Samples Available
Apollo Virtual Microscope @ the Virtual Microscope for Earth Sciences
The Apollo Virtual Microscope collection was developed in collaboration with The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.
Catalogs and Publications
References
   
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Publication Year: 1971

Authors: Robie, R. A. and Hemingway, B. S.

Title: Specific heats of the lunar breccia 10021

Robie, R. A. and Hemingway, B. S. (1971) Specific heats of the lunar breccia 10021. Proceedings of the 2nd Lunar Science Conference, 2361-2366.

Publication Year: 1970

Authors: Philpotts, J. A. and Schnetzler, C. C.

Title: Apollo 11 lunar samples: K, Rb, Sr, Ba and rare-earth concentrations in some rocks and separated phases

Philpotts, J. A. and Schnetzler, C. C. (1970) Apollo 11 lunar samples: K, Rb, Sr, Ba and rare-earth concentrations in some rocks and separated phases. Proceedings of the Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conference, 1471-1486.

Publication Year: 1970

Authors: Philpotts, J. A. and Schnetzler, C. C.

Title: Potassium, rubidium, strontium, barium, and rare-Earth concentrations in lunar rocks and separated phases

Philpotts, J. A. and Schnetzler, C. C. (1970) Potassium, rubidium, strontium, barium, and rare-Earth concentrations in lunar rocks and separated phases. Science 167(3918), 493-495. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.167.3918.493.

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