Petrography: (V. Moggi Cecchi, G. Pratesi, S. Caporali, MSP). The thin section displays a uniform medium to coarse-grained (1 to 2 mm) inequigranular texture predominantly consisting of large enstatite and plagioclase grains embedded in a finer grained enstatite matrix. Opaque phases are mainly represented by remnant troilite, surrounded by limonite and other weathering phases.
Geochemistry: Pyroxene (En99.0Wo0.5, n=20); plagioclase (An3.2Ab91.7Or4.9, n=20).
Classification: Achondrite (aubrite). Severe weathering effects on troilite and partially for silicates.