METEORITES FOR SALE

    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 74.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 97 mm x 56 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Excellent full slice with green, amber, and yellow crystals. Stabilized and comes with a lifetime rust warranty.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 132.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 124 mm x 853 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information:  Excellent full slice with green, amber, and yellow crystals. Stabilized and comes with a lifetime rust warranty.
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 66.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 31 mm x 31 mm x 14 mm
    • Additional Information: Chunky part pallasite mini block. Stands up beautifully. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 35.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 40 mm x 26 mm x 13 mm
    • Additional Information: Polished pallasite triangular shaped column with a multitude of colorful olivine clusters. Stands up naturally as shown. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 71.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 41 mm x 7.5 mm
    • Additional Information: Marvelous and colorful polished pallasite mini block. Stands up beautifully, as shown. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 30.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 56 mm x 26 mm x 13 mm
    • Additional Information: Pallasite with sparking polished finish and lovely olivine clusters. Truly unique shape!
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 13.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 32 mm x 22 mm x 14 mm
    • Additional Information: End cut chock full of olivine crystals. Polished to a mirror shine. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 6.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 52 mm x 28 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Aerolite's first offerings of this famous witnessed fall meteorite as slices. Fine slices displaying shock melt and littered with metal flakes. Stark contract to the full ring of dark black fusion crust around the edge.   
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 6.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 35 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Full slice with a dark black fusion crust around the edge and a captivating interior with cream colored chondrules.   
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 8.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 53 mm x 26 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Full slice with a dark black fusion crust around the edge and a shock melt views along the interior face.   
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 2.61 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 28 mm x 21 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Full slice with a dark black fusion crust around the edge and a captivating interior with cream colored chondrules and shock melt veins.   
  • WATCH HOW IT IS MADE! Aerolite Meteorites is the first company in the world, to the best of our knowledge, to create t-shirts made with actual dust from the Moon and Mars! A bit skeptical?
    Watch us trace each step of the process for creating our new line of meteorite-dust-infused merchandise from start to finish in this one-on-one video filmed, on location, at Aladdin Graphics in Tucson, AZ. All meteorite dust is collected from officially classified Lunar and Martian meteorites.
    While it is illegal to own Apollo return samples, we obtain moon dust from meteorites that originated on the Moon, fell to Earth, were found, and identified in the lab. The Moon rocks that Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and the other moonwalkers brought back to Earth did, however, help meteorite scientists to identify a small number of meteorites as being of lunar origin. How do we get moon dust? Like sawdust produced when a wood is sawn, lunar meteorites produce “Moon dust” when a larger specimen is cut into slices in the lab. We collect this precious material and have added it to the ink used to screen print our Moon and Mars t-shirts. That's right: your La Luna shirt contains actual dust from a meteorite carried here all the way from the moon!!
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 3.46 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 27 mm x 22 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Full slice with a dark black fusion crust around the edge and a captivating interior with cream colored chondrules.   
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (L3)
    • Weight: 9.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 35 mm x 30 mm x 3 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Part slice with cream chondrule floating on a grey groundmass, set off by countless metal flakes. 
  • Tucson Gem Show T-Shirt

    $20.00$25.00
    Celebrate the international gem show held annually in Tucson, Arizona with this awesome commemorative soft cotton tee! Available exclusively from Aerolite, this t-shirt is perfect for gem show and dinosaur fans. Designed by award-winning tattoo artist Jim Quinn II.
  • WATCH HOW IT IS MADE! Aerolite Meteorites is the first company in the world, to the best of our knowledge, to create t-shirts made with actual dust from the Moon and Mars! A bit skeptical?
    Watch us trace each step of the process for creating our new line of meteorite-dust-infused merchandise from start to finish in this one-on-one video filmed, on location, at Aladdin Graphics in Tucson, AZ. All meteorite dust is collected from officially classified Lunar and Martian meteorites.
    Occasionally, meteorites strike the planet Mars with enough force to throw pieces of the planet out into space. Against all odds, some of those fragments have traveled through space and impacted our own planet. How do we get Mars dust? Like sawdust produced when a wood is sawn, martian meteorites produce "Mars dust" when a larger specimen is cut into slices in the lab. We collect this precious material and have added it to the ink used to screen print our Mars t-shirts. That's right; your Mars shirt contains actual dust from a meteorite carried here all the way from the Red Planet!
  • WATCH HOW IT IS MADE! Aerolite Meteorites is the first company in the world, to the best of our knowledge, to create t-shirts made with actual dust from the Moon and Mars! A bit skeptical?
    Watch us trace each step of the process for creating our new line of meteorite-dust-infused merchandise from start to finish in this one-on-one video filmed, on location, at Aladdin Graphics in Tucson, AZ. All meteorite dust is collected from officially classified Lunar and Martian meteorites.
    While it is illegal to own Apollo return samples, we obtain moon dust from meteorites that originated on the Moon, fell to Earth, were found, and identified in the lab. The Moon rocks that Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and the other moonwalkers brought back to Earth did, however, help meteorite scientists to identify a small number of meteorites as being of lunar origin. How do we get moon dust? During the laboratory preparation process a larger meteorite is sawn into smaller pieces, producing moondust, not unlike sawdust. We have added this dust to the white ink used during the screen printing process to create this design, printed on the back of the hoodie. Your Moon hoodie contains actual dust from a meteorite carried here all the way from the moon!!
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (L3)
    • Weight: 5.02 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:  33 mm x 30 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Part slice with cream chondrules set on a grey groundmass. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (L3)
    • Weight: 45.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:  55 mm x 55 mm x 5 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Part slice with cream chondrule set on a grey groundmass, set off by countless metal flakes. 
  • Admire 399.9g

    $4,799.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 399.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 78 mm x 65 mm x 47 mm
    • Approximate Measurements:  This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the “nugget” could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Admire 314.2g

    $3,770.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 314.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 72 mm x 65 mm x 50 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the “nugget” could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Admire 161.0g

    $2,250.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 161.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 82 mm x 50 mm x 24 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the “nugget” could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Admire 139.3g

    $1,950.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 139.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 60 mm x 48 mm x 30 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the “nugget” could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Admire 127.1g

    $1,780.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 127.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 57 mm x 51 mm x 30 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the “nugget” could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Admire 88.8g

    $1,240.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 88.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 54 mm x 40 mm x 27 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
  • “If you're interested in learning about meteorites, it makes sense to go to the master -- a seasoned field geologist, television personality, and a guy who has built a small empire finding and marketing not just meteorites, but the adventure of finding them. Geoffrey Notkin, who, besides his other tireless endeavors, finds time to serve on the Board of Governors of the National Space Society, writes this handbook to that adventure in a witty and engaging style, sharing the excitement and passions that he experiences in his trade. The best part? You can do it too, and this book will tell you how, and more importantly, why you'd want to. And while you may strike it rich, that's not really the point ... it's about living a passionate life, as Notkin has; an experience he relays in an engaging and approachable fashion.”

    Rod Pyle Noted author of 15 books on space and science Editor in Chief of "Ad Astra" magazine for the National Space Society

    "Packed with anecdotes and indispensable tips, the author's passion for meteorites will surely have you mounting a meteorite hunting expedition into your own back yard ... or the ends of the Earth"

    Amy Shira Teitel, author of "Breaking the Chains of Gravity" and host of "Vintage Space"

  • Notkin's second book and first memoir recounting his life as a musician in London's original punk rock scene, a globe-trotting meteorite hunter, and an award-winning television host.

  • Sold Out
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (L3)
    • Weight: 4.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 28 mm x 24 mm x 2 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Part slice with chondrules and metal flakes. 
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    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 6.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 23 mm x 18 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched part slice, comes with a gem jar
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    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 9.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 27 mm x 20 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched part slice, comes with a gem jar
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    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 7.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 26 mm x 20 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched part slice, comes with a gem jar
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 12,200 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 559 mm x 419 mm x 8 mm
    • Additional Information: An extremely rare offering of this fascinating meteorite. Absolutely jaw dropping size combined with striking pattern and lovely shape. A true must-have for the discriminating collector. 
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 4,180 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 533 mm x 330 mm x 10 mm
    • Additional Information: This absolutely perfect massive full slice is out of an old collection. It is nearly impossible to find Seymchan pallasite slices at such impressive size. Expertly prepared and littered with colorful olivine crystals. Truly remarkable!
  • Make a statement while reducing waste with this quality polyester canvas reusable kelly green tote. The large main section boasts 900 cubic inches of room while the interior fabric pockets will keep your small items dry and safe. Plus, an exterior side pocket and durable web handles! Measures 12"H x 12"W x 6.5"D. Original and exclusive, "We only have one planet, take good care of her" art designed by award-winning tattoo artist, Roman Casillas.
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 47.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 77 mm x 74 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice that tells us the tale of terrestrial weathering, by it's clearly visible darker olivine crystals along the edge
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 21.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 42 mm x 30 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with amber colored olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 13.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 43 mm x 30 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with amber colored olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 15.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 39 mm x 29 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with a perfect mix of extraterrestrial metal and olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 13.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 37 mm x 34 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with the exterior of the meteorite, giving it a lovely shape
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 27.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 30 mm x 30 mm x 10 mm
    • Additional Information: End cut boasts the exterior of the meteorite, cut and etched face, along with a smattering of olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 11.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 33 mm x 29 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice chock full of olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 15.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 41 mm x 33 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with multi-colored olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 15.01 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 52 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Part slice with a great mix of iron and olivine crystals
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    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG)
    • Meteorite Weight: 17.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 40 mm x 29 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Beautifully appointed part slice
    • Meteorite Type: Winonaite
    • Meteorite Weight: 6.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 40 mm x 29 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Laboratory-prepared slice
    • Meteorite Type: Winonaite
    • Meteorite Weight: 7.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 49 mm x 30 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Laboratory-prepared slice
    • Meteorite Type: Winonaite
    • Meteorite Weight: 4.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 30 mm x 1 mm
    • Additional Information: Laboratory-prepared slice
    • Meteorite Type: Brachinite
    • Meteorite Weight: 12.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 59 mm x 56 mm x 1 mm
    • Additional Information: Found by Meteorite Men co-host Steve Arnold! Laboratory-prepared slice
    • Meteorite Type: Brachinite
    • Meteorite Weight: 1.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 35 mm x 16 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Found by Meteorite Men co-host Steve Arnold! Laboratory-prepared slice
    • Meteorite Type: Brachinite
    • Meteorite Weight: 1.47 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 21 mm x 19 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Found by Meteorite Men co-host Steve Arnold! Laboratory-prepared slice