Analyses were conducted on both thin sections and fresh fracture surfaces of the three meteorites in question. Samples of Nakhla were provided by the Johnson Space Center; those of Tissint were provided by the University of New Mexico and the Natural History Museum, London (C. Smith); and those of NWA 1950 were provided by the Carnegie Institution of Washington.

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