Lodranites are some of the rarest meteorites known. Their coarse-grained matrix is filled with dazzling olivine and orthopyroxene crystals (among others), have abundant fresh iron-nickel blebs dispersed throughout and are a wonder to explore under a microscope! NWA 7474 is no exception as it has areas of very fresh 'windows' of matrix revealing the translucent green and orange structures.
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Meteoritical Bulletin entry for NWA 7474:
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