- Meteorite Type: Lunar Feldsp. Breccia – Northwest Africa 11303
- Approximate Pendant Measurements: 26 mm x 22 mm
- Additional Information: This exquisitely detailed necklace is carved in 3D and is a precise representation of the Aristarchus Plateau; home to the brightest of the Moon’s largest craters — at an astonishing 25 miles in diameter! The pendant itself is engraved with, “I Love You To The Moon And Back.” What makes this necklace extremely unique is the contents – genuine pieces of the Moon! Love it forever, it is made with scratch-resistant crystal face.
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It takes an extraordinary event for us here on earth to own a piece of the moon. It is illegal to own any sample of lunar material collected by the Apollo Missions to the Moon. So how do we have Lunar material available so the private sector can acquire samples? A meteorite has to impact the moon with enough force to eject material into space, those fragments must then find their way to earth, survive entry through our atmosphere, and land in a location where someone can find it. The odds are overwhelmingly against that chain of events occurring.