Astronomy Magazine Meteorite Exploration Kit

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This Astronomy exclusive Meteorite Kit, developed by meteorite expert Dr. Mike Reynolds, is the ideal way to introduce students and astronomy enthusiasts to iron, stone, and stony-iron meteorites. Each set includes 6 meteorite samples, 3 meteorwrong samples, a loop magnifier, and a magnet in a divided storage container with an identification card and 16-page informational booklet.

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 It has never been more fun to learn! Engage children of all ages with STEM toys that will encourage them to explore, understand and be inspired by the world of science, technology, engineering and math. 

Hold a space rock – or 6 of them – in your hand!

This Astronomy magazine exclusive Meteorite Kit, developed by meteorite expert Dr. Mike Reynolds, is the ideal way to introduce students and astronomy enthusiasts to iron, stone, and stony-iron meteorites. Each kit includes 6 meteorite samples and 3 meteorwrong samples, each individually bagged and labeled for easy identification. Divided storage container also contains a loop magnifier, magnet, and an identification card with facts about each sample.

A 16-page educational booklet will be included with the Meteorite Kit and covers topics such as a history of meteorites, locations of where they have been found, and a guide to start your own meteorite collection.

Detailed List of Contents: 

- Campo del Cielo - Iron - Octahedrite IAB-MG
- Chelyabinsk - Stone - Chondrite LL5
- Northwest Africa 869 - Stone - Chondrite L3-6
- NWA 869 Slice - Stone - Chondrite L3-6
- Azuara - Impactite
- Indochinite - Tektite
- River Rock - Meteorwrong
- Pumice - Meteorwrong
- Lodestone - Meteorwrong
- Loop Magnifier
- Magnet
- Divided Storage Case
- Identification Card with Facts
- 16 Page Informational Booklet

Recommended ages 10+

Disclaimer: Samples of equal or higher value may be submitted depending on sample availability.

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