Autunite Under Ultraviolet Light

Autunite Under Ultraviolet Light

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Caption: Autunite is calcium uranium phosphate, a distinctive green mineral that forms sprays of flat crystals that resemble wheat sheaves. This mineral is radioactive and also highly fluorescent. It glows bright green under ultraviolet light. This photo shows a specimen from the Daybreak Mine near Spokane, Washington, under ultraviolet light.

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