NWA 8534 CM1/2 Meteorite Fragment Super Rare
CM 1/2 Carbonaceous Chondrite Meteorite
Super rare classification, unknown outside Antarctica, and a very low total known weight of just 60g!
Here is one of the rarest carbonaceous meteorites ever found. This meteorite is classified as a CM1/2. It's a type of carbonaceous meteorite that has never been found outside of Antarctica.
- Name: Northwest Africa 8534
- Abbreviation: NWA 8534
- Observed fall: No
- Year found: 2014
- Country: Northwest Africa
- Mass: 60g (Total)
- This example: Fragment
OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DATA SOURCE:
The Meteoritical Society
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