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Akbarpur (meteorite)

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Akbarpur (meteorite)

Type Chondrite
Class Ordinary chondrite
Group H4
Country India
Region Uttar Pradesh
Coordinates [1]
Observed fall Yes
Fall date April 18, 1838
TKW 1800 g

Akbarpur is an H chondrite meteorite that fell to earth on April 18, 1838 in Uttar Pradesh, India.


It is an ordinary chondrite that belongs to the petrologic type 4, thus was assigned to the group H4.[1]


  1. ^ a b AkbarpurMeteoritical Bulletin Database:

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