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UPDATED 07.04.14 Multiple fine new specimens have just been added to our "Meteorites Under $200" page, including AAA-grade Sikhote-Alin individuals at bargain prices and excellent Sikhote-Alin shrapnel pieces.

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NORTHWEST AFRICA 7397
Martian (shergottite)
There isn't much in the world of meteorites more alluring than owning a piece of the Red Planet. NWA 7397 was found near Smara, Morocco in 2012. Classified by Drs. Irving and Kuehner it is described as a poikilitic Martian shergottite. With Martians typically being among the priciest of all meteorite collectibles, we are delighted to be able to offer this material way below typical prices.

NWA 7397 4.0 grams
Martian (Shergottite), Found 2012 Morocco
4.0 grams  Fragment with crust

New listing Good-sized fragment with plenty of fusion crust covering one face. A genuine piece of the Red Planet at a bargain-basement price!

22 mm x 18 mm x 9 mm  
$1,400.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7831
Achondrite, Diogenite
Diogenites are among the very rarest of all space rocks. Of almost 50,000 officially recognized meteorites, only about 40 are diogenites. Thought to have formed within the asteroid Vesta [pictured], they contain little or no iron and display large, green crystals. Although we have offered diogenite slices in the past, never in our careers have we seen anything like this. Sliced ultra thin, NWA 7831 is gloriously translucent and visually reminiscent of a pallasite made entirely of olivine. Among the most beautiful material we've ever had the pleasure of providing to our customers.

NWA 78731 1.8 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
1.8 grams  Full slice

New listing Airplane-shaped full slice with a delicate lattice work of crystals.


33 mm x 28 mm x 2 mm  
$160.00

NWA 7831 2.9 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
2.9 grams  Full slice

New listing Attractive full slice, cut extra thin for maximum translucency.


47 mm x 26 mm x 1 mm  
$199.00

NWA 7831 5.9 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
5.9 grams  Full slice

New listing Full slice with very good color and nice contrast between translucent and opaque elements.


57 mm x 39 mm x 1 mm   $355.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7678
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CV3
NWA 7678 was acquired by a friend and colleague and classified at the Institute of Meteoritics in Albuquerque. We purchased a significant number of slices as this is one of the finest chondrule-rich meteorites we have ever seen. Extraordinary chondrule density and color makes this lovely, and very affordable, stone a must for collectors of carbonaceous material or spectacular chondrules.

NWA 7678 CV3 11.2 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
11.2 gram full slice

New Listing Attractive elongated full slice with multiple CAIs and peppered with large orange chondrules.

51 mm x 28 mm x 4 mm   
$224.00

NWA 7678 CV3 13.5 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
13.5 gram full slice

New Listing This fine slice reminds us of a speckled fish. It is rich in oversize orange chondrules and the dual lithology is just visit along the top edge.
58 mm x 30 mm x 4 mm   
$270.00

NWA 7678 CV3 13.6 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
13.6 gram full slice

New Listing 7678's dual lithology can be seen on the inside "bend" of this intriguing boomerang-shaped full slice. Note the large, colorful chondrules and several CAIs.
62 mm x 31 mm x 3 mm   
$272.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 8043
Achondrite, Diogenite
Diogenites are one of the fascinating anomalies in meteorite science. Of almost 50,000 officially recognized meteorites, only about 40 are diogenites. Thought to have formed within the asteroid Vesta [pictured], they contain no iron and display large, green crystals. We are delighted to offer these fine pieces at a fraction of what diogenites typically sell for (compare with Tatahouine at $35/gram). A rare opportunity to acquire one of the very rarest meteorite classes.

NWA 8043 Diogenite 12.2 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
12.2 gram fragment

New Listing Nice angular fragment showing sharp and colorful crystal planes.

35 mm x 22 mm x 17 mm   
$122.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 12.3 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
12.3 gram fragment

New Listing Angular fragment with good color and some interesting glassy inclusions.

32 mm x 23 mm x 15 mm   
$123.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 13.3 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
13.3 gram fragment

New Listing A little darker than the others, this specimen shows a jade green hue and displays tiny rainbow-colored inclusions when examined with a loup.
30 mm x 22 mm x 16 mm   
$133.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 13.4 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
13.4 gram fragment

New Listing This example shows a variety of green, gold, and yellow/gold hues. Particularly interesting under a loupe or magnifying lens.

25 mm x 25 mm x 21 mm   
$134.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 25.8 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
25.8 gram fragment

New Listing Substantial piece displaying olivine to jade green color and broad crystal planes. Only an expert could identify 8043 — the most visually unusual meteorite in our inventory.
32 mm x 32 mm x 22 mm   
$258.00


MURCHISON
CM 2 carbonaceous chondrite, Witnessed fall September 28, 1969, Victoria, Australia
Murchison is easily one of the most highly prized meteorites in existence. It is a rare carbonaceous chondrite and also a witnessed fall. Eyewitnesses reported a smell in the air similar to vinegar, immediately after the fall. If the popular current theory that the building blocks of life were brought to Earth onboard meteorites, Murchison is most likely the type that would have been responsible. Murchison has been heavily studied by many institutions and is extremely difficult to acquire. This is the first time we have ever offered slices of this most desirable witnessed fall.

MURCHISON 1.1 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2, Fell Sept 28, 1969
Victoria, Australia
1.1 grams  End cut

New listing End cut with polished face displaying abundant, minute, colorful chondrules.

16 mm x 15 mm x 6 mm  
$275.00

MURCHISON 3.3 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2, Fell Sept 28, 1969
Victoria, Australia
3.3 grams  fragment

New listing Fragment with polished face that shows off a multitude of tiny, colorful chondrules.

23 mm x 16 mm x 12 mm  
$660.00

MURCHISON 3.5 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2, Fell Sept 28, 1969
Victoria, Australia
3.5 grams part slice

New listing Impressive ultra-thin slice giving it a remarkably large face for the weight. Packed with tiny chondrules.
48 mm x 38 mm x 2 mm  
$700.00


PULTUSK 25.8 grams
Ordinary chondrite, H5, Witnessed fall 1868
Ostroleka, Poland
25.8 grams  Full Slice

New listing Colorful slice with massive shock veins, lots of tiny metal flakes and a couple of larger nickel-iron inclusions. Very fine.
76 mm x 64 mm x 3 mm  
$516.00

PULTUSK 30.5 grams
Ordinary chondrite, H5, Witnessed fall 1868
Ostroleka, Poland
30.5 grams  Full Slice

New listing One of the largest slices to come off the mass, this specimen shows good shock veins, relict chondrules and a large nickel-iron inclusion right at the point. Very nice!
80 mm x 68 mm x 2 mm   $610.00

NEW ACQUISITIONS: TAZA (NWA 859) ETCHED SLICES, END CUTS,
AND INDIVIDUALS WITH WINDOWS

TAZA (NWA 859) 117.4 grams
Plessitic octahedrite  Found 2001 Northwest Africa
117.4 gram full slice

New Listing Outstanding full slice with highly unusual shape. Etched on both sides with characteristic needle pattern and several small inclusions. Excellent!
137 mm x 69 mm x 3 mm     
$820.00 

TAZA (NWA 859) 136.4 grams
Plessitic octahedrite  Found 2001 Northwest Africa
136.4 gram full slice

New Listing Substantial full slice with excellent etch on both faces and several large inclusions.

107 mm x 72 mm x 5 mm     
$955.00 

TAZA (NWA 859) "The Killer Rabbit"
Plessitic octahedrite  Found 2001 Northwest Africa
199.5 gram full slice

New Listing The debate rages at Aerolite over whether this looks more like the lantern fish from "Finding Nemo" or the killer rabbit from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." Either way, it's one of the most alluring slices we've ever seen.
121 mm x 96 mm x 6 mm   $1,395.00 

TAZA (NWA 859) 407.7 grams
Plessitic octahedrite  Found 2001 Northwest Africa
407.7 gram individual with polished window

New Listing Gorgeous thumbprinted individual with caramel patina and remnant fusion crust, plus an etched window showing Taza's unique Widmanstatten Pattern.
61 mm x 54 mm x 39 mm     
$1,425.00 

TAZA (NWA 859) 557.8 grams
Plessitic octahedrite  Found 2001 Northwest Africa
557.8 gram end cut

New Listing A real treat for collectors of end cuts, as Taza ends are extremely rare and this is only the second one we've ever had. A lovely etch with three large inclusions.
101 mm x 56 mm x 49 mm     
$1,675.00 


CHELYABINSK
LL5 Witnessed fall, Chelyabinsk, Russia, February 15, 2013
Every meteorite enthusiast will forever remember the astonishing news of the truly massive fireball and explosions over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February of 2013. It was easily the largest meteoritic event since the Sikhote-Alin fall of 1947. We cherry picked these fantastic examples from the very best finds made by our Russian colleagues. Many of these pieces show impact melt features and a dark gray to nearly black interior. A remarkable piece of meteorite history that will be studied and examined for decades to come!
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 4.2 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
4.2 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing This intriguing stone is one of the impact melt varieties and has a very cool rough, gnarled surface, but still beautifully fusion-crusted (about 98%).
18 mm x 15 mm x 12 mm   $168.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 5.9 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
5.9 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Excellent complete stone with 99.9% fusion crust (one minute chip) and several shallow regmaglypts.
20 mm x 16 mm x 13 mm  
$236.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 13.6 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
13.6 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Very fine stone with moderate orientation and a nice, domed leading edge. 90% good black fusion crust and a thumbprinted trailing edge.
29 mm x 21 mm x 17 mm   $408.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 21.9 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
21.9 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing What a beauty this one is! Nicely oriented with clear rollover lip, faint flow lines and absolutely pristine fusion crust. 10 out of 10!
34 mm x 30 mm x 16 mm  
$657.00


TISSINT 0.2 grams
Martian (Shergottite), Fell July 18, 2011
Tata, Morocco 0.2 grams  Part slice

New listing Part slice with polished face in mineral display box.


11 mm x 5 mm x 2 mm  
$160.00


BUZZARD COULEE
H4 witnessed fall, November 28, 2008
Buzzard Coulee was one of the most spectacular witnessed falls of modern times. Aerolite owner, Geoff Notkin, made two successful expeditions to the strewnfield, one of which was filmed for the popular "Buzzard Coulee/Whitecourt" episode of Meteorite Men. These excellent specimens were found by Geoff's Canadian hunting partners and all specimens have legal export papers from Canada. Quickly snapped up by collectors, these are almost our last examples of this must-have witnessed fall. All specimens show excellent fusion crust.

BUZZARD COULEE 20.0 grams
H4 Fell November 20, 2008
20.0 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing Beautiful stone showing very clear orientation and a convex trailing edge. Super rich black fusion crust. Excellent!

37 mm x 25 mm x 13 mm  
$600.00

BUZZARD COULEE 27.3 grams
H4 Fell November 20, 2008
27.3 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing Impressive stone with primary and secondary fusion crust, thumbprinting and numerous interesting surface features. The best example in our inventory.
35 mm x 26 mm x 22 mm  
$815.00

BUZZARD COULEE 32.1 grams
H4 Fell November 20, 2008
32.1 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing A textbook example of primary and secondary fusion crust, this stone also shows orientation and a chip reveals a light-colored interior and a large protruding chondrule. Superb snapshot of processes at work on stones in flight.
33 mm x 27 mm x 21 mm   $960.00


CAMEL DONGA
Eucrite, achondrite
Camel Donga is a very rare eucrite, found in a remote strewnfield in Western Australia. Most recovered stones are quite small, and the fragile nature of eucrites means many recovered stones were broken on impact. Note the extremely shiny black fusion crust, reminiscent of freshly applied enamel paint. Camel Donga is one of the very few meteorites that will not stick to a magnet, as eucrites contain little or no metal. Recent research in meteoritics and astronomy has most experts convinced that Camel Donga meteorites originated on the asteroid Vesta.

CAMEL DONGA 4.7 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
4 .7 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing 98% glossy fusion crust, faint flow lines, good orientation and a dimpled trailing edge mean this petite eucrite pretty much has it all.

21 mm x 17 mm x 11 mm  
$188.00

CAMEL DONGA 5.7 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
5.7 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing Good complete stone with one chip, but also clear orientation, really nice flow lines, a rollover lip and convex trailing edge. A meteoritics classroom wrapped up neatly in a lovely small package.
19 mm x 17 mm x 14 mm   $228.00

CAMEL DONGA 6.4 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
6.4 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing Beautiful highly oriented stone with a marvelously well defined rollover lip and 100% perfect glossy fusion crust, with no chips or dings. Outstanding.
23 mm x 18 mm x 13 mm  
$256.00

CAMEL DONGA 6.8 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
6.8 gram fusion-crusted individual

New Listing Exquisite stone with multiple flowing rollover lips, flow lines, excellent shape and 100% rich, enamel-like fusion crust. Perfect in every way!
30 mm x 19 mm x 16 mm  
$272.00


WILUNA 14.5 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
14.5 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing Nicely crusted stone showing secondary crust, protruding metal flakes, and an extraordinarily thick rollover lip on one face.
25 mm x 22 mm x 17 mm  
$174.00

WILUNA 14.6 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
14.6 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing Beautiful complete stone with perfect 100% fusion crust (no chips or dings) and a very well defined, thick rollover lip. Excellent.
26 mm x 23 mm x 20 mm  
$175.00

WILUNA 21.6 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
21.6 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing Superb bullet-shaped individual showing clear flight orientation and with almost perfect fusion crust (a couple of minute dings) and a couple of unusual elongated regmaglypts.
36 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm   $260.00

WILUNA 31.2 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
31.2 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing Lovely complete stone with great shape, very cool ablation features and thumbprinting and almost perfect fusion crust.
46 mm x 22 mm x 20 mm  
$374.00

WILUNA 38.5 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
38.5 grams  Complete fusion crusted individual

Fusion crusted individual with an unusual shape and several small thumbprints. A beautiful stone with a hint of natural patina.
45 mm x 33 mm x 19 mm
$385.00

ALLENDE 41.6 grams
CV3.2 Fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969
41.6 gram fusion crusted stone

Substantial complete stone, with moderate weathering on one face and some surprisingly black fusion crust on the other. Nice example of this famous witnessed fall.
39 mm x 33 mm x 26 mm
$1,040.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 672.0 grams
Engaging regmaglypted individual

New Listing Our favorite meteorite, Sikhote-Alin has now effectively disappeared from the marketplace. This very lovely sculptural and heavily regmaglypted individual came to us via an old collection. Only lightly cleaned, it retains some original patina and remnant fusion crust. A lovely example.
Don't miss the large pictures >>>

672.0 grams  83 mm x 81 mm x 59 mm
$3,360.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 10.15 kilograms
Exceptional iron with very large natural hole

New Listing Iron meteorites with natural holes have a special place in the hearts of collectors. This example boasts one of the largest natural holes we've ever seen in a meteorite. This iron also displays a lovely natural patina and will make a spectacular display piece for the serious collector. See the large photos >>>

10.15 kilograms
248 mm x 128 mm x 135 mm

$10,000.00

 

SILICATED CAMPO DEL CIELO 5,189 grams
Exquisite matched pair, expertly prepared

New Listing Perhaps 1 in 1,000 Campo del Cielo irons are silicated and this exceptional example has a startling visual similarity to Portales Valley, but at a fraction of the cost. The last pair we had went to the Center for Meteorite Studies and is on permanent display, giving an idea of the allure of these gorgeous specimens. See the large photos >>>
5,189 grams
total (3,063 and 2,126 grams)
150 x 147 x 70 and 150 mm x 145 mm x 62 mm
$7,000.00

 

"CAMPO" LAS PALMAS 3,630 grams
Sculptural individual with natural patina

New Listing Although structurally similar to Campo, we still believe that Las Palmas (provisional) is an entirely different meteorite, based on the location of the strewnfield (200 miles away and at right angles) and the different appearance (well preserved with remnant fusion crust and fine regmaglypts). We still await a final decision on this, but it is an excellent iron, regardless. See the large photos >>>
3,630 grams    185 mm x 111 mm x 74 mm

$2,000.00

 

VERY IMPORTANT NEW ACQUISITIONS!

NEW PIECES ADDED 4.9.2014 An extraordinary collection of H.H. Nininger American Meteorite Lab tektites from his 1959 expedition to Vietnam. Every single one of these pieces carries an original painted or hand written Nininger Collection number, is accompanied by a special signed COA/ID card, and some also come with handwritten paper notes by Nininger himself. Wonderful, highly desirable, and very affordable specimens from one of the most important figures in meteorite history.

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CAMPO DEL CIELO 11.95 kilograms
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
11.95 kilogram individual

New Listing Excellent large specimen (26 pounds) with beautiful thumbprinting and fascinating surface texture. Stands up naturally as shown, making for a fabulous display piece.
245 mm x 229mm x 953 mm   
$3,600.00

CANYON DIABLO 1,263 grams
IAB  First discovered 1891 Coconino Co., AZ
1,263 gram complete individual

New Listing Fantastic large individual with exceptional highly sculptural shape and of a size and heft that we hardly ever see. A spectacular display piece for a collector of taste.
117 mm x 84 mm x 66 mm  
$1,200.00

HENBURY 86.9 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia
86.9 gram individual

New Listing Beautiful angular specimen with arrowhead shape, exceptionally fine bronze/orange patina and a sharp, pointing "finger."
51 mm x 41 mm x 25 mm   
$348.00

HENBURY 90.8 grams "The Goldfish"
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia
90.8 gram individual

New Listing Exceptional specimen — reminiscent of a swimming goldfish — with a wonderful shape and unusually rich red/orange patina. A beauty!

54 mm x 37 mm x 21 mm   
$363.00

HENBURY 91.5 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia
91.5 gram individual

New Listing Solid teardrop-shaped piece with dark red patina and a natural disposition to stand up straight, as pictured.

47 mm x 33 mm x 25 mm   
$366.00

MUNDRABILLA 43.4 grams
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
43.4 gram individual

New Listing This specimen was buried and found with a metal detector. It has a typical Mundrabilla patina and pleasing shape.

36 mm x 26 mm x 18 mm   
$87.00

MUNDRABILLA 60.3 grams
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
60.3 gram individual

New Listing Classic Mundrabilla zoomorph and a surface find, as indicated by its darker, more bronze-like patina.

35 mm x 33 mm x 18 mm   
$121.00

MUNDRABILLA 81.4 grams
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
81.4 gram individual

New Listing Excellent sculptural piece, very well preserved, with nice angular features rarely seen in Mundrabillas.

42 mm x 37 mm x 24 mm   
$163.00

MUNDRABILLA 167.6 grams
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
167.6 gram individual

New Listing Really superb sculptural surface find with an exceptional shape and lovely, dark reddish-bronze patina. The best example we have for sale.
79 mm x 44 mm x 23 mm   
$335.00

MUNDRABILLA 167.9 grams
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
167.9 gram individual

New Listing Large and extremely elegant zoomorph with one round scoop and good surface features. An excellent example of this weirdly wonderful meteorite.
52 mm x 39 mm x 36 mm   
$336.00


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