Meteorite NWA 13790 - .5g

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Get your own authentic meteorite!  This sample from NWA 13790 was discovered in Northwest Africa in 2020. Exclusively from Astronomy magazine.

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Discovered in Northwest Africa in 2020, this meteorite is what planetary scientists call Winonaite, which is a group of primitive achondrite meteorites.  Its official meteorical designation is Northwest Africa 13790 (NWA 13790).

This meteorite shares some similarities with chondrites and achondrites, showing signs of metamorphism, partial melting, and other properties.

Each fragment comes in a protective acrylic display case with an informational card and seal of authenticity. 

It has been analyzed by experts to verify its authenticity, composition, and classification.  Details regarding provenance and compositional analysis have been listed in the official catalogue of approved meteorites by The Meteoritical Society and the Lunar and Planetary Institute. 

Average weight of each meteorite is .5g.

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