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14988 Agate Agate Steins 0.5 57.6 1.8 57.6 57.6 1.8 1.8 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Banded gemstone, variety of the mineral chalcedony. May 9, 2012
14984 Alexandrite Alexandrite Steins 0.31 -7 20.7 -7 -7 20.7 20.7 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Gemstone notable for its color change, appearing green in daylight, but red under incandescent light; a variety of chrysoberyl. May 9, 2012
14982 Almandine Almandine Steins 0.52 29.5 53.8 29.5 29.5 53.8 53.8 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Red to violet-red gemstone, a variety of the mineral garnet. May 9, 2012
14979 Amazonite Amazonite Steins 0.47 9.6 75.6 9.6 9.6 75.6 75.6 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Light bluish-green gemstone, a variety of the mineral orthoclase. May 9, 2012
14989 Amethyst Amethyst Steins 0.45 28.9 343.2 28.9 28.9 343.2 343.2 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Violet gemstone, a variety of the mineral quartz. May 9, 2012
14977 Aquamarine Aquamarine Steins 0.37 7.2 120.3 7.2 7.2 120.3 120.3 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Blue-green and light blue gemstone, a variety of the mineral beryl. May 9, 2012
14983 Chrysoberyl Chrysoberyl Steins 1.55 -2 29.6 -2 -2 29.6 29.6 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Yellow or brownish-green gemstone, the third hardest gemstone after diamond and sapphire. May 9, 2012
14990 Citrine Citrine Steins 0.61 13.7 340.6 13.7 13.7 340.6 340.6 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Yellow gemstone, a variety of the mineral quartz. May 9, 2012
14997 Diamond Diamond Steins 2.1 -54.6 13.4 -54.6 -54.6 13.4 13.4 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Rare and precious gemstone, the hardest natural substance. May 9, 2012
14976 Emerald Emerald Steins 0.52 -3.9 139.3 -3.9 -3.9 139.3 139.3 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Green gemstone, a variety of the mineral beryl. May 9, 2012
14992 Garnet Garnet Steins 0.39 -8.6 338.3 -8.6 -8.6 338.3 338.3 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Group of related minerals found in a variety of colors and often cut as gemstones. May 9, 2012
14994 Jade Jade Steins 0.26 -18 335.3 -18 -18 335.3 335.3 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [273] Semitransparent to translucent gemstone, a variety of the minerals nephrite and jadeite. May 9, 2012
14996 Lapis Lapis Steins 0.44 -31.5 329.7 -31.5 -31.5 329.7 329.7 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Lapis Lazuli; gemstone formed from a rock containing a number of minerals, the quality and value determined by the color and abundance of the blue mineral lazurite. May 9, 2012
14981 Malachite Malachite Steins 0.47 11.8 49.9 11.8 11.8 49.9 49.9 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Translucent to opaque gemstone, usually banded or rich green and often found with azurite. May 9, 2012
14980 Obsidian Obsidian Steins 0.51 -10.6 43.6 -10.6 -10.6 43.6 43.6 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [273] Volcanic glass used as a gemstone. May 9, 2012
14987 Onyx Onyx Steins 1 10.9 8.9 10.9 10.9 8.9 8.9 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Gemstone variety of the mineral chalcedony. May 9, 2012
14991 Opal Opal Steins 0.4 1.1 337.8 1.1 1.1 337.8 337.8 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Non-crystalline gemstone noted for its rich play of colors when turned in the light. May 9, 2012
14995 Peridot Peridot Steins 0.27 -25.1 336 -25.1 -25.1 336 336 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Green gemstone, a variety of the mineral olivine. May 9, 2012
14985 Sapphire Sapphire Steins 0.6 -31.3 31.3 -31.3 -31.3 31.3 31.3 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] All colors of gemstones of the mineral corundum (except red, which is the gemstone ruby) are called sapphires. May 9, 2012
14986 Topaz Topaz Steins 0.65 -7.7 0 -7.7 -7.7 0 0 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Gemstone that occurs in a wide variety of colors. Defines zero degrees longitude on Steins. May 9, 2012
14998 Tourmaline Tourmaline Steins 0.22 -20.9 347.6 -20.9 -20.9 347.6 347.6 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Gemstone noted for its beautiful, multi-colored prismatic crystals. May 9, 2012
14978 Turquoise Turquoise Steins 0.47 -31.6 113.4 -31.6 -31.6 113.4 113.4 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Opaque blue-to-green mineral of arid climates that has been used as a gemstone for thousands of years. May 9, 2012
14993 Zircon Zircon Steins 1.77 -13.5 335 -13.5 -13.5 335 335 +E (0-360) Crater, craters AA - Approved May 9, 2012 [272] Gemstone that is colorless in its pure form, but also found in yellows, browns, and reds. May 9, 2012

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