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Jeff Barton took these photos of the Allende meteorites that fell in 1969 using polarizing filters and a petrographic microscope. He aptly describes the insides of meteorites as “natural stained glass”. You can learn more about him and the meteorites here.

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    That’s how I always felt when looking at rocks in polarized filters. It’s like looking at stained glasswindows.
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