NWA 400 H5 Meteorite

NWA 400 H5 Meteorite

Northwest Africa 400 (Oum Rokba) Meteorite For Sale

Location: Morocco
Find / Fall: Find 2000
Classification: Chondrite H5

NWA 400 was found before 2000. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database. A total known weight of more than 95 kg was found. Meteorite specimens range in size from a few grams to 15 kg.

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust.

NWA 400 Meteorite 4.4g

400-4

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$6.60

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 5.3g

400-6

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$7.95

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 5.6g

400-5

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$8.40

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 6.7g

400-7

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$10.05

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 8.9g

400-8

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$13.35

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 1.5g

400-1

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$5.00

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 3.7g End Cut

400-17

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$5.55

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 4.0g

400-2

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$6.00

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 4.1g End Cut

400-16

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$6.15

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 4.7g

400-3

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$7.05

 
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NWA 400 Meteorite 10.8g

400-11

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$16.20

$13.77

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NWA 400 Meteorite 11.0g

400-9

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$16.50

$14.03

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NWA 400 Meteorite 12.8g

400-12

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$19.20

$16.32

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NWA 400 Meteorite 14.1g

400-15

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$21.15

$17.98

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NWA 400 Meteorite 15.5g

400-13

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$23.25

$19.76

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NWA 400 Meteorite 16.9g

400-14

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$25.35

$21.55

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NWA 400 Meteorite 17.3g

400-10

Northwest Africa 400 Meteorite

NWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

$25.95

$22.06

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