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Meteorite Sets
Bestcrystals Meteorite Set. Set of 3 meteorite specimens from around the world, in collector's box with glass face. Set includes Stony Iron Meteorite, Campo del Cielo Meteorite, and Sikhote-Alin Meteorite.

Moldavite is a green translucent silica meteoric glass created by a large cosmic velocity meteorite which vaporized when it struck the earth. Moldavite is one of the rarest varieties of tektite.

Tektite is a type of natural glass, chemically and structurally unique, of meteoric origin. Tektites usually have a heavily pitted surface. Many have the appearance of being stretched while in a molten state.

Gibeon Meteorites
Gibeon Meteorite is a nickel-iron Meteorite, Fine Octahedrite. The age of crystallization of the iron-nickel metal in the Gibeon has been dated at 4 billion years.

Sikhote-Alin Meteorites
Sikhote-Alin Meteorites are from a rare actual witnessed fall. On February 12, 1947 people in eastern Siberia witnessed the largest single meteorite fall. Over 23 tons of material showered the area. 

Campo del Cielo
Campo del Cielo means "field of the heaveans." Found in Argentina, the actual fall is estimated at 4000-6000 years ago. Type: Iron based meteorite. Our meteorite specimens are hand-selected, attractive pieces.

Canyon Diablo Meteorites
Canyon Diablo Meteorites from Arizona, USA. Canyon Diablo Meteorites are some of the most famous meteorites of all. The impact about 30,000 years ago left a crater 4000 feet across and 600 feet deep. 

Nantan Meteorites
Nantan Meteorites from China. Iron Meteorite (92.35% Iron, 6.96% Nickel.) These meteorites are from a rare witnessed fall event. This meteorite impact ocurred in May of 1516, in Nantan, China. 

Fulgurites (from the Latin Fulgur, lightning) are produced by lightning striking exposed surfaces. These Fulgurites have been found at the feet of sand dunes of the Great Sand Sea, in the southwest of Egypt.