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Remanent magnetism of HED meteorites: Implications for their evolution and ancient magnetic fieldsThe magnetic properties of extraterrestrial materials, in particular natural remanent magnetization (NRM), is a potentially useful study for detecting ancient Solar System magnetic fields and for elucidating meteorite evolutionary processes. Results are presented for the following: howardites--Kapoeta, Petersburg, Le Teilleul, and EET 87503; eucrites--Sioux County and Millbillillie; and diogenites--Shalka and Johnstown. Significant features of their magnetism are within-sample in homogeneity of NRM directions in several of the meteorites and within-sample uniformity of axes of an isotropy of magnetic susceptibility. Both these phenomena bear on the meteorites' evolution and the timing of the magnetization process.
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Collinson, D. W. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne Univ. Newcastle, United Kingdom)
Morden, S. J. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne Univ. Newcastle, United Kingdom)
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September 6, 2013
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January 1, 1993
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Publication: Lunar and Planetary Inst., Twenty-fourth Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Part 1: A-F
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