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meteorites.wustl.edu/what_to_do.htm

Jan 11, 2017 ... I can't explain how your rock got to be where you found it, but I can say that it is not ... Many kinds of terrestrial rocks “look like” lunar meteorites.

www.aerolite.org/found-a-meteorite.htm

Aerolite Meteorites can help you identify a suspected meteorite. See our guide: What to ... This is what a freshly-fallen iron meteorite would look like. SURFACE ...

meteorite-identification.com/streak.html

The condition of a meteorite can range from fresh to very weathered. ... If it leaves a black/gray streak (like a soft leaded pencil) the sample is likely magnetite, ... testing) Look at the cut surface from several different angles, if you can see shiny  ...

www.meteoritemarket.com/metid1.htm

A step-by step process to determine whether or not your rock is a meteorite. ... On this page we look at the surface of the rock. If meteorites are not too badly weathered, they can be identified by their surface character. Here we look at meteorite ...

meteorite.unm.edu/meteorites/meteorite-museum/how-id-meteorite

Do You Think You May Have Found a Meteorite? Meteorites are pieces of ... It is often black and looks like an eggshell coating the rock. However, this crust ...

geology.com/meteorites/meteorite-identification.shtml

I do spend a significant amount of time each year assisting people who think they may ... If a suspected meteorite looks like a sponge, with lots of tiny holes, it is ...

www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent-exhibitions/earth-and-planetary-sciences-halls/arthur-ross-hall-of-meteorites/meteorites/what-does-a-meteorite-look-like

Meteorites on Earth look very different from the way they did drifting through space.

www.meteorite.com/meteorite-information/meteorite-identification

These meteorites look like a rock since they are made of mostly mineral ... Some stone meteorite do not have much metal or any metal so there is none to see ...

www.star-bits.com/ID.htm

Rather than start with meteorite features, since most rocks are not meteorites, lets start ... This is a slice that shows circular inclusions that look like chondrules.

dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/meteorite/PDF/FAM_HandOut_HowDoYouIdentify.pdf

Scientists believe that they were formed in the outer parts of asteroids. Stony meteorites look a lot like Earth rocks and are often not recognized as meteorites.