This meteorite was first discovered in 2006. Several stones of about 6 kilograms was found : This interesting meteorite
very much resembles a Lunar anorthositic breccia. In fact, that is what it was believed to be until detailed research work
later showed otherwise. It is believed that this meteorite, as other diogenties, formed as a sub-surface rock on the asteroid
Vesta. What is really unusual about this specimen is that it is a breccia containing fragments of diogenite rocks of different
compositions. Most are simple "monomict" breccias of one rock type. Prior to this find, only 6 of these "polymict" diogenite
breccias were known.