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Tektite (Libyan Desert Glass) from Great Sand Sea, north of Gilf, eastern end of the Libyan Desert, Egypt

 
Tektite (Libyan Desert Glass) from Great Sand Sea, north of Gilf, eastern end of the Libyan Desert, Egypt

Tektite (Libyan Desert Glass) from Great Sand Sea, north of Gilf, eastern end of the Libyan Desert, Egypt

DESCRIPTION:No. 65842
Mineral:Tektite (Libyan Desert Glass)
Locality:Great Sand Sea, north of Gilf, eastern end of the Libyan Desert, Egypt
Description:Transparent yellow Libyan Desert Glass, a variety of tektite that was the result of a meteorite impact causing sand to fuse into glass tektites. Weight: 31 grams.
Overall Size:43x28x25 mm
Crystals:
Status: For reference only
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