A Meteorite is a fragment of rock (often with a very high metallic content) that has its origins in outer space.
Focuses on meteorites and meteoroids that came from the moon, including how they get here, how their source is determined, types, chemistry, catalog of all verified finds, and other resources.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory's catalog of worldwide meteorite finds identified as originating from the planet Mars.
Information from Wikipedia on these objects originating from outer space that have survived an impact with the Earth's surface.
General information on meteorites, meteroids, and related topics; glossary; current news; and links to science sites, dealers, and educational sites.
Russ Finney exhibits his collection of meteorites and offers resources, sample classification information and useful reference materials for the amateur and scientific collector.
Focus on the misidentification of meteorites, with numerous examples from news media and the Internet.
Provides meteorite photographs designed to be a resource for scientists, collectors and enthusiasts, grouped into galleries based upon their classification.
Complete, concise instructions for preserving meteorites in collections.
Topics include origins and classification of meteorites, historical impacts, and news about recent finds and the specimens market.
Online version of a book of the same title by David A. Kring. English and Spanish.
List of meteorites found in the country, with many photos. Includes glossary of terms, information on meteorite identification and classification, and details of specimens for sale.
Map, photos, and other information about meteorites recovered in Nevada and adjacent states.
Provides general background information on meteorites for students, educators and collectors.
Illustrated reports, photo gallery from meteorite expeditions undertaken in the Sahara desert of North Africa.
Primer on meteorites, photos of the museum collection situated on the campus of Texas Christian University in Forth Worth, Texas, and visitor information.
Information about the types and identification of meteorites, with recommended books on the topic.
Professional research society promoting the science of meteoritics. Includes educational materials on meteorites, lunar samples, space dust, and related topics; newsletters; journal information; and links.
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