History: A 922.2 g, partially crusted, complete stone was purchased in Erfoud, Morocco, in May 2003.
Petrography: (T. Bunch and J. Wittke, NAU ) A breccia of 72 vol% cumulate eucrite clasts, 8% subophitic clasts, 14% diogenites, and 6% melt clasts. Pervasive solid-state recrystallization of plagioclase and pyroxenes with localized melt pockets and veins in clasts.
Geochemistry: Coarse-grained gabbroic eucrite: Pyroxene (Fs45–40Wo7–20); plagioclase (An91.2–95.3); metal (Ni = 0.97; Cr = 0.87 [both wt%]). Diogenite: Pyroxene (Fs43–54Wo2.5–3.6; Fe/Mn = 36, 37).
Classification: Achondrite (howardite); high shock.