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A troilite-rich clast enclosing chondrules was found in the Moorabie chondrite (L3). This chondrite is characterized by elongate mor phology of chondrules produced by shock deformation. Average composition of the metal and troilite grains in the clast is close to the eutectic composition of the Fe-S system, indicating the melting origin of the clast. The eutectic composition provides the heating temperature to be around l000 °C. Size and distribution of troilite and metal grains in the clastdoi:10.15094/00004582 fatcat:jlnvnegiwng6lpif75qcgpc72e