Lunar meteorites are the result of another meteorite hitting the Moon and releasing its rock into space, where they were floating for probably millions of years until their trajectory led them to Earth. This lunar feldspathic breccia meteorite is from the famous yet recently discovered strewn field in Algeria.
It is known that these meteorites are from the Moon because lunar rocks were picked up and brought to Earth in the Apollo missions, testing their composition and then scientifically proving that they cannot come from any other part of the Solar System but from the Moon.
This specimen is a feldspathic regolith breccia and it is probably paired with the classified meteorite NWA 11273.
Certificate of authenticity included.
About the seller:
My name is Adrian Vilchez Luna. I'm co-founder of ExoEstrato: Andalusian Society of Astrogeology. We are dedicated to the dissemination, scientific education and research in Planetary Sciences and Astrogeology. We belong to the Faculty of Science of the University of Granada, Spain. I am geologist specializing in Geology Planetary, specifically, in minor bodies of the solar system (asteroids (NEA's) and meteorites) and on Mars.
- Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
- Paired to NWA 11273 Feldspathic Breccia
- Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
- Lunar Achondrite Endcut
- 12.696 g
- Origin (Region/ City)
- Origin (Country)