Gay Gulch meteorite
|Structural classification||Nickel-rich ataxite|
|TKW||0.483 kilograms (1.06 lb)|
Gay Gulch is an iron meteorite found in 1901 by miners near Dawson City, Yukon Territory, using a slice box to mine alluvial gold. They were exploiting Pliocene gravel, hence the meteorite may have fallen at that time.
The main mass is in the National Meteorite Collection, Ottawa.
- Meteoritical Bulletin Database
- Johnston, R. A. A 1915 Gay Gulch and Skookum meteorites, Ottawa: Canada. Geological Survey, 31 pages
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