Moon & Mars Rocks For Sale
There was a time not so many years ago when the collector could not buy meteorites from the Moon or from Mars. There were none from the Moon except the samples returned by Apollo astronauts. There were only three meteorites from Mars and they were and still are so expensive that they are beyond the budget of many collectors. Fortunately, that is no longer the case. There have in the last few years been recovered from the deserts of the world dozens of meteorites from both the Moon and Mars that are available for the meteorite collector. These meteorites have all gone through rigorous testing and analysis to verify that they truly originate on the Moon or on Mars. We offer some wonderful samples here in beautiful display boxes that will make these specimen treasured items in any meteorite collection.
- Moon Rocks | Lunar Meteorites For Sale
View our Moon Rock Lunar Meteorites for sale on our website. These quality lunar meteorite display boxes make nice additions to your meteorite collections as well as wonderful and unique gift items. Each display box contains a genuine specimen of Moon Meteorite.
- Mars Rocks – Mars Meteorites
We still have a supply of Mars Rock Martian Meteorites for sale on our website.These quality martian meteorite display boxes make nice additions to your meteorite collections as well as wonderful and unique gift items. Each display box contains a genuine specimen of Mars Meteorite.
- Tissint Mars Meteorite For Sale
We have some fragments of Tissint Mars meteorite for sale which have a fresh shiny black fusion crust with a greyish interior color containing sporatic areas of black glass and pale yellow olivine macrocrysts.
- NWA 2977 (Lunar Gabbro)
NWA 2977 (Lunar Gabbro) 0.8g Partial Slice — Laboratory analysis determined this space rock is an olivine-rich cumulate Gabbro. It is thought to be a large Gabbro clast that was part of a larger polymict regolith breccia before it fragmented into many separate pieces during its entry into the Earth's atmosphere. NWA 2977 is most likely a sample of lunar bedrock. This small piece of the Moon is a gorgeous sight with only the naked eye, but a hand lens or low power microscope will reveal a spectacular scene of yellowish green olivine crystals, grayish white pyroxene crystals, white