BSE images, marked to show locations of EPMA-WDS and SEM-EDS analyses, with close up views of olivine in (c) and (d). Red squares in (a) indicate metal regions referred to in Table 1. Blue squares in (b) indicate glass regions referred to in Table 2b and Fig. 5. Yellow ovals in (a) and (b) are referred to in Figs 3b, 7a, and 8. (c) Close up of area boxed in blue in (b). This region contains several olivine crystals. The larger grains are cross-cut by Fe-rich veins that are continuously connected to glass. Analyses of numbered spots are provided in Table 2a. These appear to be relict olivine grains. (d) Close up of area boxed in red in (c) showing small euhedral to subhedral olivine grains that appear to be a non-relict, second generation of olivine that grew from the matrix melt. Analyses of numbered spots are provided in Table 2a.