Greetings from the foothills of Colorado!

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Re: Greetings from the foothills of Colorado!

Post by RobertD » 18 Nov 2023, 03:21

You are welcome. Rock hunting is so much fun and can be very rewarding. I am mainly using scintillator based detectors for that purpose because they are much more sensitive and react quicker than Geiger counters. Here are some recent finds:
A word of caution: uranium glimmer is very sensitive to the touch and can easily contaminate everything it gets in touch with.

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