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H Chondrites

H chondrites are a high-iron chemical group distinguished by high siderophile element content, relatively small chondrules, and oxygen isotope compositions closer to the terrestrial fractionation line than those of other ordinary chondrites.

Click on the images below to learn about some of the H chondrites in the ASU Center for Meteorite Studies collection!

DwaleniKorra KorrabesSt. Louis

Nanjemoy meteoriteOuriqueBreitscheid meteoriteThuatheLangwiesTorrington meteorite

Monahans 1998Juancheng meteoriteLost CityNuevo MercurioCarancasUceraIpiranga 2cmCanon CityArbol SoloMaydayArroyo AguiarSpade

Plantersville meteorite