Roy Clarke and the Mundrabilla, Western Australian Meteorite, 1975, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, Roy S. Clarke is kneeling beside the meteor Mundrabilla (named for the town in Western Australia where it was located in 1966). Clarke, curator in the Department of Mineral Sciences, National Museum of Natural History, went to Heidelberg to receive the large Mundrabilla slice and research that had been prepared at the Max Planck Institute in June1973. Here Clarke examines the slice's structural features while final adjustments are being made and a plastic cover is put in place for the specimen's exhibition at the Museum of Natural History..