Ulysse Verhasselt

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photo meteorite Willamette

photo meteorite Willamette

Un fragment de la mystérieuse météorite Hypatie. © Jan D. Kramers et al.

Un fragment de la mystérieuse météorite Hypatie. © Jan D. Kramers et al.

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Middlesbrough meteorite from 1881 - the meteorite I used for my initial inspiration for my Meteorite series.

Willamette Meteorite. Its an iron-nickel meteorite discovered in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is the largest meteorite found in the United States and the sixth largest in the world.

Its an iron-nickel meteorite discovered in the U. state of Oregon. It is the largest meteorite found in the United States and the sixth largest in the world.

Large End-Piece of a Stony Meteorite Coffeyville, Chondrite - H-5 Montgomery County, Kansas

Large End-Piece of a Stony Meteorite Coffeyville, Chondrite - Montgomery County, Kansas, USA - Available at 2013 Oct Nature & Science.

MPOD 180628 from Tucson Meteorites

MPOD 180628 from Tucson Meteorites

meteorite sur mars

This is a photo of a meteorite found in Mars. This meteorite, specifically an iron meteorite was found by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. This is the first meteorite of any type found in another planet.

The rarest of all meteorites is from Mars.  The rock was ejected from Mars by an impact of a meteor or comet, & eventually fell to earth.  The are only 120 known specimens.  This rock is Chassignite

The rarest of all meteorites is from Mars. The rock was ejected from Mars by an impact of a meteor or comet, and eventually fell to earth. There are only 120 known specimens. This meteorite is Chassignite.

The Springwater meteorite is a pallasite, stony iron meteorite, found in 1931 near the town of Springwater, located about 100 miles west of Saskatoon, in Saskatchewan, Canada.

The Springwater meteorite is a pallasite (stony iron meteorite), found in 1931 near the town of Springwater, located about 100 miles west of Saskatoon, in Saskatchewan, Light shows off the honeycomb effect.