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4.5 billion years old Fukang Meteorite

billion years old Fukang Meteorite

Macro enlargement of a piece of meteorite. Photographs of the colourful interiors of meteorites. The space rocks are usually known for their dull exterior, but scientist Jeff Barton has shown the dazzling world beneath the grey surface. He has photographed hundreds of 4.5 billion-year-old meteorites by using a standard SLR camera and a powerful microscope to zoom in on fragments of the rocks.

They may look like stained-glass windows but these dazzling images reveal the kaleidoscope of colours found inside METEORITES thought to date back 4.5 billion years

They may look like stained-glass windows but these dazzling images reveal the kaleidoscope of colours found inside METEORITES thought to date back billion years

The rare Fukang Meteorite looks more like a transparent mosaic than a chunk of rock from outer space.

Here Are 36 Photos That Hardly Anyone Knows About... And They Will Leave You Totally Speechless

Amazing/Rare/Weird Pictures When Sunlight Passes Through, This Rare Meteorite, Known As Fukang Meteorite, Becomes Absolutely Beautiful

Main Masses of Bjurböle, Marjalahti, and Hvittis meteorites. Now in the collection of Luonnontieteellinen Keskusmuseo, Geologinen Museo in Helsinki - #meteorite #meteorites #Finland #Europe #Scandinavia #space #Bjurböle #Marjalahti #Hvittis #geology #museum

Main Masses of Bjurböle, Marjalahti, and Hvittis meteorites. Now in the collection of Luonnontieteellinen Keskusmuseo, Geologinen Museo in Helsinki -

Men's wedding band or men's ring; made of titanium with gold inlay, antler inlay, and meteorite inlay

Men's wedding band or men's ring; made of titanium with gold inlay, deer antler inlay, and meteorite inlay

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.

Rare Meteorites Born in Violent Asteroid Collisions

Rare Meteorites Born In Asteroid Crashes

This handsome display contains a genuine sample of the Chelyabinsk meteorite and a piece of window glass shattered by the meteorite's shockwave.  Asking price is $35.  See this link for photos and details.  Use coupon code "pinterest" at checkout for 20% OFF.  :)

Chelyabinsk Impact Display, Meteorite Sample and Shockwave Glass Artifact

Meteorite craters in Ukraine – Спільнота – Google+

the smallest and the largest ring structures of impact origin. Visual analysis of satellite images

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