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The martian meteorite NWA 7032 was classified as a new shergottite (withno pairing known) by Pf Tony Irving from the Dept of Earth and Space Sciences of the University of Washington.
From the meteoritical bulletin about the NWA 7032:
Physical characteristics: A single very fresh, irregular ellipsoidal stone (85 g) coated by black fusion crust and naturally broken on one side revealing the interior. The specimen resembles a terrestrial microgabbro, and consists of larger black, yellow-green and clear, limpid grains along with small opaque grains