'Autunite from Spokane, Washington'

'Autunite from Spokane, Washington'

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Caption: Autunite, calcium uranyl phosphate, forms as a result of the oxidation of uranium minerals, and is well known to collectors because of spectacular crystal aggregates from the Daybreak Mine, Spokane, Washington. These radiating clusters are bright yellow-green and very distinctive. Autunite occurs in uranium localities throughout the world.

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Keywords: agregate, arem collection, autunite, calcium uranyl phosphate, crystal, crystal cluster, crystals, geology, mineral, mineralogy, minerals, nature, object, ores, oxidation, phosphate, radiating, radiating crystals, specimen, specimens, still life, uranium

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