Western Australia, Australia
Occasionally a meteorite will occupy a class by itself. Bencubbin
is one such specimen. A mesosiderite, it has ensttie and olivine crystals
as well as clasts of chondritic material, mixed with troilite and finely
laced silicates. It has a hexahedrite metal matrix (6.6% nickel), yet show
no Newman lines when etched. Very unusual.