Big, uncut, stony meteorite recovered from the Saharan Desert in Morocco. Old collection from the early prior to the NWA gold rush. This specimen and many others at Galactic Stone and Ironworks. Ideal for space, asteroid, or astronomy education.
Mystery Meteorite The case for (and against) a rock from Mercury Unearthly green rocks (one shown) found in the western Sahara last year may hail from Mercury. By Alexandra Witze Web edition: June 2013
The so-called Jilin meteorite streaked across the northeast China sky on March 18, 1976. Witnesses reported seeing a red fireball, which exploded and split in three before crashing to the ground. Investigations of the impact site revealed 11 large masses weighing a total of 4 metric tons. The so-called Meteorite 1, now on display at the Jilin Meteorite Museum in Jilin City, is the largest stone meteorite found in recent times.