• Meteorite Type: Lunar, gabbro
    • Weight: 29.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 110 mm x 69 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Purchased 2011, Morocco, Northwest Africa
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar)
    • Meteorite Weight: 13.9 grams
    • Meteorite Measurements: 71 mm x 66 mm x 2 mm     
    • Witnessed Fall: No
    • Additional Info: Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar Gabbro)
    • Meteorite Weight: 18.4 grams
    • Meteorite Measurements: 76 mm x 37 mm x 3 mm  
    • Witnessed Fall: No
    • Additional Info: Purchased 2011, Morocco, Northwest Africa
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar)
    • Meteorite Weight: 12.4 grams
    • Meteorite Measurements: 71 mm x 35 mm x 2 mm     
    • Witnessed Fall: No
    • Additional Info: Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar)
    • Meteorite Weight: 18.4 grams
    • Meteorite Measurements: 74 mm x 37 mm x 3 mm     
    • Witnessed Fall: No
    • Additional Info: Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa
  • NWA 8277 9.0g

    $3,600.00
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar)
    • Meteorite Weight: 9.0 grams
    • Meteorite Measurements: 86 mm x 40 mm x 2 mm     
    • Witnessed Fall: No
    • Additional Info: Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa
  • SOLD

    NWA 8687 8.3g

    $2,905.00
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (Lunar (Troctolite)
    • Weight: 8.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 52 mm x 47 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 3.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 34 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 363.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 85 mm x 70 mm x 40 mm
    • Additional Information: This world-class specimen would be the envy of many museums and significant university collections. A whole stone in as-found condition, clearly showing light and dark patches typical of NWA 11303. It is this brecciated mixture that produces the alluring, high-contrast slices. A large, visually appealing, and highly impressive example of our nearest celestial neighbor, with impeccable provenance from Aerolite Meteorites, Inc., and examined and classified by the Department of Earth at Space Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 39.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 94 mm x 83 mm x 2.5 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 74.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 85 mm x 49 mm x 28 mm
    • Additional Information: Found in the desert of Northwest Africa, this meteorite originated on the Moon making it extremely rare and highly collectible. The lunar specimen is a feldspathic breccia, with a conglomerate appearance, and a dull texture to the touch. This example weighs 74.6 grams and exhibits colors ranging from peachy to greenish-black. Additionally, the specimen comes with a .2 gram vial of "Moon Dust" that was collected when a similarly paired lunar meteorite was sawn.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 77.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 37 mm x 31 mm
    • Additional Information: Lunar meteorite end cut, exactingly prepared in the laboratory and polished to perfection on a diamond lap. Note the pleasing contrast of abundant white and grey clasts suspended in a darker matrix. Careful examination will reveal small blebs of extraterrestrial nickel-iron.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 83.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 113 mm x 95 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Exceptional and superb, palm-sized complete slice. This specimen was taken from the center of a large mass and is the most significant lunar meteorite slice in inventory. Expertly prepared in the laboratory with a custom-built saw, this full slice was meticulously polished to bring out its variegated multi-hued interior, chock full of extraterrestrial fragments that originated in ancient and far-away places.
      With presentation case and embossed certificate of authenticity.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 59.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 67 mm x 54 mm x 16 mm
    • Additional Information: Darker in color, with green and grey hues and is a breccia consisting of fragments of various lunar minerals including plagioclase, pyroxene, and olivine that have been compressed together over time. This is an absolutely spectacular end cut with a large clast prominent on the reverse side.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar
    • Meteorite Weight: Less than .5 gram
    • Meteorite Measurements: 1-3 mm
    • Membrane Box Measurements: 5.25" x 5.25"
    • Additional Information: Because each meteorite is unique, you will receive a similar piece, but not exactly as photographed.
    • Meteorite Type: NWA 7325, ungrouped Achondrite
    • Meteorite Weight:  7-17 milligrams, one centimeter scale cube for size reference
    • Additional Information: Because each meteorite is unique, you will receive a similar piece, but not exactly as photographed. Please note, this is very rare material, so the meteorite is 7-17 milligrams in size. Comes displayed in 2"x1'' presentation box. Includes an individual official meteorite classification number and a statement of authenticity on the reverse.
  • Moon Box

    $39.95
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar
    • Meteorite Weight: 7-17 milligrams. Comes displayed in 2"x 1'' presentation box.
    • Additional Information: Researchers estimate that meteorites from the Moon are between 4.5 to 2.9 billion years old. By comparison, the Earth is approximately 4.5 billion years old, which means some meteorites are as old as our very own planet. Not only are these rocks incredibly ancient, but the journey that they’ve taken to get here is also a perilous one. Few meteorites survive their passage through Earth’s atmosphere, and fewer still are ever recovered by human beings. Meteorites land indiscriminately, and many have fallen in our oceans or in remote areas where they are either unreachable or have been destroyed by the elements. Of the rocks that are successfully recovered, only a small percentage are positively identified as meteorites, let alone meteorites of Martian or lunar origin. That’s why fewer than 0.01% of all meteorites discovered on Earth come from the Moon or Mars, and why there are so expensive – few materials are so rare and difficult to come by. Though some Martian or lunar meteorite specimens may be very small, they are nonetheless part of our cosmic past and our history. Even the smallest of meteorites is part of a story larger than our own planet’s, and one that dates to the dawn of our solar system. Small meteorite specimens give everyone an opportunity to actually hold and own a piece of outer space and are great as unique gifts, learning tools, and just for fun. Aerolite is proud to offer space rocks for less than $200 and as low as $10. Because each meteorite is unique, you will receive a similar piece, but not exactly as photographed. The NASA art may be different, as shown. Please note, this is very rare material, so the meteorite is 7-17 milligrams in size. Includes an official meteorite classification number and a statement of authenticity on the reverse.
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 3.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 23 mm x 14 mm x 11 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 1.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 20 mm x 12 mm x 3 mm
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 102.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 63 mm x 46 mm x 31 mm
    • Additional Information: This fabulous end cut is the best of both worlds! Magnificent rocky exterior with smooth polished face. 
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 12.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 70 mm x 37 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 15.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 98 mm x 51 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Marvelous full slice with white clasts on a black groundmass
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 27.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 38 mm x 34 mm x 18 mm
    • Additional Information: Last of the mid-range sized stones in inventory. Fantastic shape! Accompanied by official Aerolite Meteorites Certificate of Authenticity. 
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 3.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 32 mm x 24 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 6.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 30 mm x 20 mm x 11 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 7.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 31 mm x 21 mm x 9 mm
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 2.54 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 19 mm x 18 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Laboratory prepared slice.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 11.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 56 mm x 33 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Full slice with several metal flakes which sparkle against its dark groundmass, reminds us of the night sky
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 12.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 30 mm x 25 mm x 20 mm
    • Additional Information: Whole stone with dark coloration and interesting features and shape
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 14.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 43 mm x 42 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Full slice with several metal flakes and large angular clasts
    • Meteorite Type: Eucrite
    • Meteorite Weight: Less than .5 gram
    • Meteorite Measurements: 1-3 mm
    • Membrane Box Measurements: 5.25" x 5.25"
    • Additional Information: Because each meteorite is unique, you will receive a similar piece, but not exactly as photographed.