in 2017 many identically appearing meteorite fragments were found near Tindouf, Algeria. in the Sahara desert.
Making a total of 2.8kg. The University of Washington classified the meteorites as rare feldspatic lunar breccia. Breccia composed of mineral clasts of anorthite, olivine, exsolved pigeonite, pigeonite, augite, chromite, Ti-Cr-Fe spinel, kamacite, taenite and troilite in a finer grained matrix containing small vesicles and minor barite. Rare basalt clasts and glass fragments are also present.
Will be shipped wit card of authenticity guaranty and a scientifically report from the meteoritical society London
international meteorite collector association number #3503
scale cube is 1 x 1 x 1 cm
- Mineral principal / Nombre del meteorito
- Meteorito lunar
- Forma mineral / Tipos de meteoritos
- NWA 11273 corte de extremo
- 7×7×3.2 mm
- 0.22 g
- Origen (región / ciudad)
- brecha feldespática
- Origen (país)