Brian S. Johnson
All Terrain Z10 http://tinyurl.com/ouxfsyu with refigured primary, 63mm Protostar secondary.
-Tristan Schwartz- Former Resident Astro-Guru, Arizona Museum of Natural History
Member of Colorado Springs Astronomical Society Look for my article "Making the Case for Structured Observing," coming to Sky & Telescope in 2014!
6" Orion DSE Dob, Coronado PST
Michael Gilmer - Member of the Meteoritical Society & Collector of Falling Stars.
☄ ⒼⒶⓁⒶⒸⓉⒾⒸ ⓈⓉⓄⓃⒺ - www.galactic-stone.com
LX90 8",Cornado Max 40,Miyauchi 20x100 Bino's,and way to many eyepieces and filters, Thousand Oaks 8" Ha filter Member of Meteoritical Society
Quote:The rock looks like some extremely early fossilized Earth life forms. I found some very similar fossils while cast fishing along creeks and streams and kept them to still admire them even today and try to imagine what their surroundings would have looked like in Earths early beginnings. Remember way back the hoopla over the electron microscope photos with similar what were thought to be fossil microbes in a meteorite,believe Martian, but was finally considered a natural mineral formation after all. Basically the very same formation as these photos.