Lunar looks-like Eucrite with a low total mass of 835 grams. Coarse-grained eucritic clasts with ophitic to subophitic textures and mineral fragments (pyroxene, plagioclase, silica polymorph) set in a dark gray matrix. The matrix represents a crystallized melt with subophitic texture consisting of pyroxene and skeletal plagioclase crystals. Lithic clasts and mineral fragments are strongly recrystallized. Some pyroxene fragments contain Fe-rich olivine veins. Accessories are ilmenite, troilite, and metal (mostly oxidized). Calcite veins occur. Backscattered electron (BSE) images provided by Dr. Knut Metzler.
This specimen comes with a clear acrylic stand and a certificate of authenticity. Shipping costs are 6 Euro within the EU and Switzerland, and 10 Euro worldwide.
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|Name||NWA 6933 - 46.26 g||Meteorite type||Stony meteorite Eucrite|
|Fall date||found 2010||Total known weight||835 g|
|Fall region||Northwest Africa||Chemical composition||Fayalite (mol%): 75 (n=1), Ferrosilite (mol%): 45.2 ± 11.8 (28-59; n=15), Wollastonite (mol%): 22.2 ± 15.4 (6-43)|
|Weathering grade||high||Shock stage||moderate|
|Weight||46.26 g||Size||67 mm x 53 mm x 13 mm|