Johnstown Meteorite

Johnstown Meteorite

Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

Find / Fall: Fall - July 6, 1924
Location: Colorado, USA
Classification: Diogenite
Total Known Weight: 40.3 kg

The Johnstown Meteorite was observed to fall at 4:20 in the afternoon of July, 6 1924. The area of Johnstown, Colorado was shocked by four explosions followed by a rain of meteorite stones. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms. The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites. The class name says it all. It has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Johnstown is a very attractive meteorite loaded with beautiful yellow-green crystals. Rarely seen for sale, this is another great meteorite to acquire when it is available.

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  • Johnstown Meteorite 336mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-I
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    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 376mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-K
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 427mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-H
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 431mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-J
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 442mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-L
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 458mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-D
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 470mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-F
     
    $141.00 DETAILS | BUY
  • Johnstown Meteorite 518mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-G
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 520mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-C
     
    $156.00 DETAILS | BUY
  • Johnstown Meteorite 528mg

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-E
     
    $158.40 DETAILS | BUY
  • Johnstown Meteorite 477mg with Crust

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-A
    OUT OF STOCK

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Johnstown Meteorite 488mg with Crust

    Johnstown Meteorite For Sale

    The Johnstown meteorite is a member of the diogenite class of achondrite meteorites and has a large portion of its makeup as the mineral diogenite. It is the D of the HED family of achondrites that may come from the asteroid Vesta. Twenty-seven meteorites were recovered with a total weight of approximately 40.3 kilograms.
    Catalog#: JOH-B
    OUT OF STOCK

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