NWA 8038 was found as a single stone in the Saharan Desert of Morocco in 2013. It was analyzed and classified as a rare carbonaceous CO3 meteorite (estimated sub-type is CO3.5).
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From the Meteoritical Bulletin entry on NWA 8038 :
Northwest Africa 8038 (NWA 8038)
Purchased: 2013 Feb
Classification: Carbonaceous chondrite (CO3)
History: Purchased by Eric Twelker in February 2013 from a Moroccan dealer at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
Petrography: (A. Irving and S. Kuehner, UWS) Small chondrules (mostly 0.2-0.6 mm, some up to 1.5 mm) and fine-grained CAI (composed of hibonite and spinel, with rims of aluminous clinopyroxene) in a dark brown, stained matrix. Minor pentlandite occurs in the matrix.
Geochemistry: Olivine (Fa0.3-39.1; Cr2O3 in ferroan olivine 0.06-0.15 wt.%, mean 0.09 wt.%, s.d. 0.03 wt.%, N = 7), orthopyroxene (Fs1.3-8.9Wo4.3-2.8), clinopyroxene (Fs1.4Wo38.6; Fs1.3Wo48.8; Fs16.9Wo53.0).
Classification: Carbonaceous chondrite (CO3). Subtype is estimated to be 3.5 on the basis of the narrow distribution of Cr2O3 in ferroan olivine.
Specimens: 22.3 g and one polished thin section are at UWB. The remainder is held by Twelker.