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        meteorites stones from Morasko in our store

        Meteorites for sale in our store currently include specimens from the Morasko meteorite impact site. The Morasko meteorite is believed to have originated from an asteroid that entered Earth's atmosphere and fragmented into numerous pieces, some of which impacted the Morasko area in Poland.

        The Morasko meteorite impact site is a unique and scientifically significant location. It is located near the city of Poznań, Poland, and is characterized by numerous small craters formed by the impact of meteorites. The site has been a valuable source of meteorite specimens for collectors and researchers.

        In our store, you can find beautiful and authentic Morasko meteorite specimens that are remarkably well-preserved. These specimens make excellent additions to any collection, and they serve as stunning examples of meteoritic history.

        If you're interested in exploring additional meteorite specimens beyond what is currently available in our store, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our chat or contact options. We may have other meteorites in our inventory that are not currently listed in our store. We are here to assist you in finding the perfect meteorite for your collection or research needs.

        The authenticity of our specimens

        The authenticity and preservation of specimens hold a paramount significance for us. You can rest assured that when you purchase from us, you're acquiring a genuine piece of history that has been meticulously cared for and well-preserved.

        We take pride in offering meteorites and other unique relics that are not only authentic but have been maintained with the utmost care. Our commitment is to provide items of exceptional quality and historical value, catering to collectors and enthusiasts who share our passion for these extraordinary treasures

        Learn more about meteorites

        Meteorites like iron meteorites, stony iron meteorites, and authentic meteorites. These space rocks, believed to originate from various points in our solar system, hold key data about the composition of planets, asteroids, comets, and more. The fusion crust on meteorites is formed as they enter Earth's atmosphere. Meteorites, with their intriguing slice of the cosmos, are highly sought after by scientists and collectors.

        What are iron meteorites?

        Iron meteorites are a fascinating category of meteorites that have unique characteristics. These meteorites are composed primarily of iron and nickel, making them distinct from other meteorite types. They often contain silicate minerals and olivine crystals, which are remnants from their formation in the early solar system.

        Iron meteorites are believed to originate from the cores of small planets or asteroids that broke apart, exposing their metallic interiors. This distinct origin point is a key factor in their value and scientific importance. The fusion crust on iron meteorites is formed as they pass through Earth's atmosphere and undergo extreme heating and ablation.

        These meteorites are highly sought after by collectors and scientists due to their rarity and the valuable insights they provide into the composition of celestial bodies. The study of iron meteorites helps researchers understand the formation and history of planets, asteroids, and comets in our solar system. Iron meteorites are not only a window into the cosmos but also an opportunity to own a piece of the universe's history.

        Stony iron meteorites

        Stony iron meteorites are a remarkable class of meteorites that possess a unique combination of stony and iron-nickel components. These meteorites are distinguished by their composition, which includes both silicate minerals and metallic iron-nickel, resulting in a striking appearance and a valuable scientific profile.

        These meteorites are believed to originate from the interface between a small celestial body's core and its rocky mantle. This distinctive dual composition provides a wealth of insights into the intricate processes that transpired during the formation and evolution of celestial bodies in our solar system.

        The presence of olivine crystals and other silicate minerals in stony iron meteorites contributes to their distinct character. As these meteorites enter Earth's atmosphere, they often develop a fusion crust due to the intense heat and pressure experienced during atmospheric entry.

        Stony iron meteorites are not only intriguing and beautiful specimens but also hold the key to unraveling the mysteries of our solar system's history and the dynamic processes that have shaped it over eons.

        popular meteorite jewelry

        Stony iron meteorites have gained popularity in the world of jewelry for their unique and captivating appearance. The stunning combination of metallic iron-nickel and silicate minerals in these meteorites makes them a sought-after choice for creating meteorite jewelry.

        However, it's important to note that while meteorite jewelry crafted from stony iron meteorites is in high demand, our store specializes in selling whole meteorites and meteorite specimens. We do not offer meteorite jewelry for sale. Instead, we provide a wide variety of meteorites and meteorite rocks, allowing enthusiasts, collectors, and researchers to explore and acquire these remarkable remnants of the cosmos.

        How much is a real meteorite worth?

        The value of a real meteorite can vary significantly depending on various factors, such as its type, size, rarity, and origin. In our store, As mentioned below we offer a large inventory of authentic meteorites for sale, some species are already sold but we all time expanding our collection each of specimen with its own unique characteristics and price range.

        Meteorites can range from relatively affordable to exceptionally valuable, with prices starting at $300 or the equivalent in euros and increasing based on individual cases. Tektites, chondrites, and other meteorite materials all come with their own market values.

        NASA and other space agencies have played a crucial role in the retrieval and research of meteorites, adding to their scientific and historical significance.

        Prices in our store

        Meteorites for sale in our store encompass premium specimens, with prices starting from $300 or the equivalent in euros and increasing based on individual cases. Our premium meteorite collection offers an array of exquisite and rare specimens, making them an excellent choice for both collectors and enthusiasts. Whether you're seeking a valuable addition to your collection or a unique piece of the cosmos, our premium meteorites provide an exceptional opportunity to acquire these extraordinary remnants of the universe