3 edition of Nininger Collection of meteorites found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by H.H. Nininger and Addie D. Nininger.|
|Contributions||Nininger, Harvey Harlow, 1887-, Nininger, Addie Delp, 1892-|
|LC Classifications||QE395 .A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||51000144|
Harvey Harlow Nininger, the godfather of modern meteoritics is a hero to both meteorite scientists and private collectors alike. He was a founder of the Meteoritical Society, started the world’s first full-time commercial meteorites business, opened the world’s first private meteorite museum, and carried out decades of groundbreaking, pioneering work in understanding craters, meteorite. prl, ahmedabad meteorites books 1 aller lh flammarion book of astronomy. nininger collection of meteorites a catalog & a history. nin. b goswami jn ed nuclear tracks proceedings of 2nd national seminar cum workshop held in prl ahmedabad, india in
Return To Meteorite Books Page 1. MARE METEORITICS c/o MIKE MARTINEZ P.O. BOX Lathrop, CA. HOME () NEW Email Address: [email protected] Return to MARE METEORITICS home page. The Modoc () meteorite fell in Scott County, Kansas on September 2, at pm. A shower of 20 stones fell. Modoc is a chondrite (L6). This specimen is from the Center for Meteorite Studies Collection at ASU in Tempe, Arizona, and is an original Nininger piece, Specimen #81b.
Nininger Iron Meteorites: Three small iron meteorites which carry hand painted H.H. Nininger American Meteorite Laboratory collection numbers. We know from old AML publications that "D91" was Nininger's prefix for the Odessa, Texas iron meteorite. In it was acquired by Nininger who photographed it for his book "The Nininger Collection of Meteorites". He described it as well preserved with some fusion crust still visible, but noted a clearly visible heat-affected rim zone all around the edge of the cut faces.
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In some ways, the meteorite collection of H. and Addie D. Nininger differs from all other collections: it has grown directly out of an idea that was born in the winter of A search for meteorites from the great fireball of November 9,had fruited in the discovery of two meteorites, neither of which bore any relation to the fall Price: $ Harvey Harlow Nininger (Janu – March 1, ) was an American meteoriticist and educator, and although he was self-taught, he revived interest in scientific study of meteorites in the s and assembled the largest personal collection of meteorites up to that time.
He founded the American Meteorite Museum, which was first located near Meteor Crater, Arizona Born: Harvey Harlow Nininger, Janu. Excellent resource books by Nininger for collectors and researchers.
Explains the many interesting shapes created by the dynamic forces present during a fall of meteoroid material in our atmosphere. List many well known falls and shows a number of the Nininger Collection of meteorites. $90 for both books if it can be found. Additional Physical Format: Online version: American Meteorite Museum.
Nininger Collection of meteorites. Winslow, (OCoLC) Document Type. Much thought went into how to preserve one of the only museums dedicated to the science of meteorites but in the s finally the Niningers decided to close the American Meteorite Museum pack up and store the Nininger collection in the advent a firm offer was made on the remaining collection.
Next book. This one is out of print. Out of the Sky: an Introduction to Meteoritics, by H H Nininger, and this one – it isn’t actually mine, it’s the department’s, but I love it – was printed in The first time meteorites were actually seen as objects that were not from this Earth and worthy of scientific study was in the late s, early s, so we’ve only been doing it for.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Nininger Collection of meteorites: a catalog and a history American Meteorite Museum, Winslow, Ariz. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Second, Harvey H. Nininger, the famous meteorite hunter and self-taught meteoriticist, sold a portion of his collection to the British Natural History Museum in The sale marked a loss for the state of Arizona, as the musum housing Nininger's extensive collection was originally located near the Barringer Meteor Crater in northern Arizona.
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Our Stone-Pelted Planet: A Book About Meteors and Meteorites [H. Nininger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Our Stone-Pelted Planet: A 5/5(1).
meteorites in the Nininger Meteorite Collection. This set of books is the most comprehensive study of iron meteorites ever made, and most likely will be the most definitive and indispensable reference on them for decades to come.
In the field of meteoritics, this work is File Size: 1MB. The Nininger Meteorite Award recognizes outstanding student achievement in the meteoritical sciences as embodied by an original research paper. Papers must cover original research conducted by the student and must have been written, submitted, or published between January 1, and Decem The Nininger Collection of Meteorites: A Catalog and a History.
American Meteorite Museum, Winslow, Ariz, Harvey Harlow Nininger, Addie Delp Nininger. American Meterite Museum, - Meteorites - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying. Not shown: Nininger's first catalogue was published inlisting meteorites at the time exhibited at the Colorado Museum of Natural History (shows Nininger's early aplha-numeric cataloguing system, precursor to his numeric system): Nininger, H.
(), The Nininger Collection of Meteorites with descriptions of the Huizopa and Pojoaque. The Nininger Collection of Meteorites: A Catalog and A History by H. Nininger and Addie D. Nininger a very hard to find, historic book by 'the father of modern meteoritics'Seller Rating: % positive.
Details about Ask A Question About Meteorites by H.H. Nininger ( First Edition, very rare) Ask A Question About Meteorites by H.H. Nininger ( First Edition, very rare) The Nininger Collection of Meteorites: A Catalog and A History ()- Seller Rating: % positive. For example, by referring to The Nininger Collection of Meteorites catalog published in I am able to determine that a gram iron in my own collection bearing the number is a Canyon Diablo ("34") and was example number 3, of that meteorite in his inventory.
Such a meteorite has a history attached to it, and would command a. Historic Meteorites. 3, likes 11 talking about this. Historic Meteorites is a private meteorite collection that focuses on historical studies, preservation of materials and publications, and Followers: K. Most meteorites are stony meteorites, classed as chondrites and about 6% of meteorites are iron meteorites or a blend of rock and metal, the stony-iron classification of meteorites is complex.
The review paper of Krot et al. () summarizes modern meteorite taxonomy. About 86% of the meteorites are chondrites, which are named for the. The Nininger Collection of meteorites: a catalog and a history / (Winslow: [s.n.], ), by Winslow American Meteorite Museum, Addie Delp Nininger, and Harvey Harlow Nininger (page images at HathiTrust).This sheet was slipped into the front cover of a signed Nininger book.
It's oddly simple, and wouldn't help to identify any meteorites other than ~chondrites and irons. I wonder if keeping it simple yielded more meteorites? There must be many achondrites and weathered stones still waiting to be found in the Great ers: "This fascinating book tells all about meteors and meteorites, and is lavishly illustrated with photographs of interesting specimens of the several types - iron, stony, and combinations of the two - and with maps showing the locations of falls all over the world." The author's classic first book on meteorites.
Now quite scarce. Inscribed by.