Fig S1. Pencil sketches of a study of the Old Woman meteorite, drawn for the Smithsonian by artist Marcy Dunn Ramsey (, based on photographs and a study of the meteorite. The triangular legend shows the direction (labeled) from which each view was drawn, with View D drawn from the bottom of the meteorite (view opposite to that seen in the legend drawing). The maximum dimension of the meteorite in these images is in the range of 0.8 to 1.0 m.

Fig S2. These images are pencil sketches of the find site of the Old Woman meteorite, a boulder field on a slope in the Old Woman Mountains of California. Drawings by Marcy Dunn Ramsey ( based on photos of the find site and study of the meteorite for the Smithsonian Institution. The deeplypitted iron meteorite is approximately1 m across in these perspectives.

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