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meteorite-identification.com/streak.html

There are three classes of meteorites: stony, iron, and stony-iron. A meteorite is heavier than an ordinary rock and will be attracted to a magnet. The condition of ...

geology.com/meteorites/meteorite-identification.shtml

All of these materials are frequently mistaken for meteorites. Identification of a genuine meteorite takes a practiced eye, but there are a number of simple tests ...

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

Meteorites fall to Earth all the time and are distributed over the entire planet, ... This is a definitive test of a meteorite, but requires a chemical analysis or acid ...

www.meteoritemarket.com/metid1.htm

A step-by step process to determine whether or not your rock is a meteorite.

meteorites.wustl.edu/what_to_do.htm

Jan 11, 2017 ... Since I began my web site about lunar meteorites, I have received numerous inquiries. During ... Go through the Self-Test Check-List. If you're ...

meteorites.asu.edu/meteorites/meteorite-id

The public Meteorite Identification Program hosted by the ASU Center for ... You can do this test at home, using the ceramic ring on the bottom of a coffee cup, ...

www.aerolite.org/about/have-you-found-a-meteorite

Aug 17, 2017 ... Field Testing Guide — a detailed and fully-illustrated 24-page booklet, available as a PDF file. Meteorites cannot be identified over the phone

www.wikihow.com/Tell-if-the-Rock-You-Found-Might-Be-a-Meteorite

Do a "streak test". Rub the rock on a piece of unglazed ceramic (The back of a ceramic tile, or the rough bottom of a coffee cup). A meteorite will leave a weak or  ...

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

A good place to start is with helpful information and meteorite identification tests you can do to help answer your question “Is it a meteorite?”. Meteorites come in ...