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Meteoritic basalts

Meteoritic basalts

the nakhlites, their parental magmas, cooling rates, and equivalents on earth : semi-annual progress report, January 1987 for NASA grant NAG 9-168

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basalt.,
  • Crystallization.,
  • Magma.,
  • Meteorites.,
  • Petrology.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNakhlites, their parental magmas, cooling rates, and equivalents on earth, semi-annual progress report ...
    StatementAllan H. Treiman.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180071.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17684196M

    Basalts also have distinctive mineralogical and textural characteristics; and if a lunar or meteoritic rock is to be identified as basalt it must possess these, too. Turkevich's analysis of alpha-scattering data for lunar samples (Surveyor V) show significant departure from basaltic composition: Very high (Ca + K)/Na associated with distinctly Cited by: 1.   This edition reviews the results of Apol 12, 14, and Included are approximately sixty new pages of text and forty new photographs and pictures. Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested ally published in The Princeton .

    The book has already received many accolades, including: WINNER — Young Voices Foundation Silver Award, Children’s Picture Book (Legacy) WINNER — Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award, ear when the ages of meteoritic basalts are included is assessments. 2). Luckily for the inhabitants of planet Earth such events are extremely rare and most known impactites are relics of meteoritic strikes from the distant past. Tagamite is an impact melt rock which looks somewhat similar to terrestrial basalts, Geoff Notkin's Meteorite Book.

      The model further proposes that carbonado was transported to Earth as a large diamond meteorite or as smaller diamond “plums” in a carbonaceous meteoritic matrix, possibly during the Late Heavy Bombardment (– Ga), in which the inner solar system was pummeled by meteorites (Fassett and Minton, ; Abramov et al., ).Cited by: 2. It has long been speculated that a 'late heavy bombardment' of Earth by meteoritic material replenished the mantle's budget of siderophile (iron-loving) .


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Meteoritic basalts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chapter 1: petrology and chemistry of terrestrial, lunar and meteoritic basalts: introduction: 2: survey of major basalt types: 5: mafic and.

Basalts: The Poldervaart Treatise on Rocks and Basaltic Composition (2 Vol set) [H H Hess & Arie Poldervaart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Basalts: The Poldervaart Treatise on Rocks and Basaltic Composition (2 Vol set)Author: H H Hess & Arie Poldervaart.

@article{osti_, title = {Meteoritic basalts. Final report, }, author = {Treiman, A H}, abstractNote = {The objectives were to: explain the abundances of siderophile elements in the SNC meteorite suite, of putative Martian origin; discover the magmatic origins and possibly magma compositions behind the Nakhla meteorite, one of the SNC meteorites; and a re.

Get this from a library. Meteoritic basalts: the nakhlites, their parental magmas, cooling rates, and equivalents on earth: semi-annual progress report, January for NASA grant NAG [Allan H Treiman; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Get this from a library. Final report on N.A.S.A. grant NAG meteoritic basalts. [Allan H Treiman; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. About this Journal Meteoritics & Planetary Science publishes research articles describing the latest results of new studies, invited reviews of major topics in planetary science, editorials on issues of current interest in the field, and book include the origin and history of the solar system, planets and natural satellites, interplanetary dust and interstellar medium, lunar.

Meteoritic minerals formed by more than a dozen basic processes that are not all mutually distinct: (1) condensation in gaseous envelopes around evolved stars (presolar grains), (2) condensation in the solar nebula, (3) crystallization in CAI and AOI melts, (4) crystallization in chondrule melts, (5) exsolution during the cooling of CAIs, (6.

Commonly, mare basalts are categorized on the basis of their petrography, mineralogy, and chemistry. Particularly useful is the subdivision using their TiO 2 contents, which distinguishes three mare basalt types: very low Ti basalts (basalts (–6 wt% TiO 2), and high-Ti basalts (>6 wt% TiO 2) (Figure ).

Geochlmica et Coamochimica Acta,Vol. 39, pp. to Pergamon Press. Printed in Northern Ireland Meteoritic trace elements m lunar rockJOHN W. MOBGAN, B. GANAPATHY and UES KRENBUHL Enrico Fermi Institute and Department of Chemistry, University of Chicago, Chicago, IllinoisU.S.A. {Received 9 July ; accepted in Cited by: Purchase Treatise on Geochemistry - 2nd Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. [email protected]{osti_, title = {Meteoritic basalts: the nakhlites, their parental magmas, cooling rates, and equivalents on Earth. Final technical report}, author = {Treiman, A.H.}, abstractNote = {Proposed one-bar phase equilibrium experiments, designed to determine the compositions of the nakhlites' parental magmas, are in progress.

Proposed field studies on Earth, designed to find. Volume 1 provides a broad overview of the chemistry of the solar system. It includes chapters on the origin of the elements and solar system abundances, the solar nebula and planet formation, meteorite classification, the major types of meteorites, important processes in early solar system history, geochemistry of the terrestrial planets, the giant planets and their satellite, comets.

The reader is also introduced to the nature of the lunar surface material, the maria basalts, the highlands, and the moon’s interior. This book concludes with a discussion on the evidence that has been gathered by the Apollo missions that offers insights into the origin and evolution of the Edition: 1.

Minerals in Meteorites Bytownite (Na,Ca)Al 2 Si 2 O 8 A calcium-rich member of the plagioclase series. Is often found in eucrites along with anorthite and in small amounts in angrites.

Clinoenstatite MgSiO 3 A meteoritic pyroxene mineral. It is the end member of the monoclinic pyroxene series MgSiO 3 eSiO 3. THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE PLANETS The New Solar System Two books set the stage for the scientific exploration of the solar system.

The first was The Face of the Moon, by R. Baldwin (Chicago, ) who correctly identified the lunar craters as impact produced, and the maria as filled with basaltic lava flows.

the secrets of the book of earth to man. -ALFRED NOYES tures of meteoritic material as the basic building blocks, and tinental basalts and mid-ocean ridge basalts (MORB), normalized to average mantle compositions derived from a chondritic Size: KB.

Extensive field, experimental, petrographic and geochemical studies of basalt have provided us with a considerable understanding of igneous petrogenesis, plate tectonics, and crust-mantle interaction and exchange.

One important aspect of geology that has developed over the last few decades is the study of oceanic : Paperback.

Welcome to the new New features include: Split screen display — allows users to scroll the journal article and the article figures simultaneously; Faceted searching — added facets for journal, journal section, article type, book series and GeoRef keywords; Integrated OpenGeoSci Map view search results — allows users to limit search by geographic.

Lunar Meteorite Compendium Introduction Kevin Righter, April One exception is the New Views of the Moon book (released in ) – in material from the Moon are also distinct from other meteoritic basalts, such as eucrites and shergotttites, but identical to terrestrial samples.

Meteoritics is the science that deals with meteors, meteorites, and meteoroids. It is closely connected to cosmochemistry, mineralogy and geochemistry.A specialist who studies meteoritics is known as a meteoriticist. Scientific research in meteoritics includes the collection, identification, and classification of meteorites and the analysis of samples taken from them in a laboratory.

The uppermost layer consisted of metal-free stony meteorites, i.e., eucrites or meteoritic basalts. About 20 years later, Daubrée () carried out experiments by melting and cooling meteorites. On the basis of his results, he came to similar conclusions as Boisse, namely that meteorites come from a single, differentiated planet with a Cited by: 4) Ages of meteoritic mare basalts.

As is seen in Table 1 and Figure most of the meteoritic mare basalts have been dated by several techniques. As a mle. for a given meteorite the age values determined by Sm-Nd, U-Pb and Rb-Sr techniques are close, but those determined by K-Ar technique are often lower probably due to subsequent thermal Cited by: Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login.

Meteoritic and Planetary Science, 47, A phase diagram for mid-ocean ridge basalts: Preliminary results and implications for petrogenesis.