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Moon Rocks - Lunar Meteorites

Lunar MeteoritesWe have a large selection of authentic moon rock lunar meteorites for sale. Moon rocks are wonderful additions to your collection as well as wonderful gift items.

Lunar meteorites are made of mostly volcanic rocks called basalts. But the pounding of impacts over eons has broken the rocks into fragments that have been melted and reformed into rocks called breccias. Close examination of Lunar meteorites will often reveal the small individual bits of different colors that make up these breccias. The bits are called clasts. Lunar rocks are very old geologically speaking, and the volcanic activity is believed to have stopped early in the Moon’s history. These few fact are just a tiny portion of the information that makes our authentic lunar meteorites such fascinating material to add to any collection.

Through any telescope even a small one the Moon is seen as a very cratered world. The moon rocks returned by the manned and unmanned missions sent there have told scientist much about the nature of lunar rocks. The low gravity and huge size of some of the impacts have sent chunks of rock into space that eventually fell to Earth. Lunar meteorites are rare but enough have been found to make it possible for collectors to now have a piece of our closest neighbor in space.

Click on the links below for more information on lunar meteorites and how we know that they came from the moon.

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About Our Moon Rock Lunar Meteorites

The above list of lunar meteorites is our currently available specimens. Each meteorite specimen is guaranteed to be 100% authentic. For a more complete list of meteorites please see our complete meteorite catalog.

Lunar meteorites are rare and highly valuable to collectors and researchers alike. They have played a crucial role in advancing our knowledge of the Moon and continue to contribute to ongoing studies about Earth’s closest celestial neighbor.

Studying lunar meteorites helps scientists understand various aspects of the Moon, including its geological evolution, impact history, and the composition of its surface. Additionally, analyzing these meteorites can potentially provide clues about the early formation and evolution of the Moon and its significant events, such as moonquakes and volcanic eruption.

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