| Northwest Africa (NWA) 906|
As an H3.8 this is one of the less common classifications of chondrites. It had had less heating and melting in it history of travelling our solar system. It has a nice even scattering of the small metal grains characteristic of H chondrites and small chondrule are easily visible. It has a somewhat more porous texture than most stone meteorites.
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