65th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting (2002)
Classification of ten recent meteorite finds from Dar al Gani, Lybia. K. J. Cole and P. P. Sipiera, Schmitt Meteorite Research Group, Harper College, Palatine, IL 60067 USA, G.A. Jerman and R. B. Hoover, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL 35812 USA, B. D. Dod, Dept. of Physics, Mercer University, Macon, GA 31207, and R. Pelisson and R. Pelisson, SaharaMet, La Terrasse, France.
Introduction: ...Each meteorite find has been carefully documented by GPS positioning and photographed in-situ. Among the ten meteorites represented in this study are DaG 872, a controversial eucrite, DaG 874, a polymict ureilite and DaG 962, an anomalous mesosiderite.
Results: A cut section of the meteorite clearly reveals the presence of two distinct lithologies suggestive of a polymict texture. Given the location of find for DaG 874 it is possible that it may be paired with the polymict ureilites DaG 319 and DaG 665.