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.After your purchase this specimen will continue to be displayed in the Meteorite Gallery of our museum unless you do not want us to display your meteorite online.
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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|