Aguas Zarcas, Costa Rica. CM2 carbonaceous chondriteFall, April 23, 2019. 200 g.
The result of 2 weeks of hot, hard hunting, but this happy comet-finder is all smiles.
Aguas Zarcas, Costa RicaCM2 carbonaceous chondrite
19 stones. Fresh and stinky cosmic mudballs. Priceless scientifically and exciting to find!
Murchison, Australia. CM2 carbonaceous chondriteFall, 1969. 12 g.
This extremely rare and exotic cometary material contains smelly amino acids.
Cold Bokkeveld, South AfricaCM2 carbonaceous chondrite Fall, 1838. 20 g.
Butha Qi, MongoliaCarbonaceous chondriteinclusion in LL3Fall. 206 g.
This odd meteorite has fragments of CM2 material inside a different chondritic meteorite. This is the only known sample.
Moss, NorwayCO3 carbonaceous chondriteFall, 1999. 54.2 g.
What a fun memory of meteoritehunting near Oslo, Norway!