Middle of the road
Like Renfrow (above), Melrose (right), Fisher and Wickenburg (left), Oakley (below) is an example of a meteorite that formed at an intermediate distance from the Sun (ordinary chondrites). These meteorites have a mixture of rock-forming elements and more volatile elements, such as carbon and oxygen. They also resemble asteroids found in the central region of the main belt.
Found 1933 Curry County, New Mexico, USA
Keywords: Asteroid belt, Astrophysics, Chondrites (Meteorites), Chemical elements, Solar system, Astrogeology