Carbonaceous Chondrite. Type III. This meteorite fell 8th February 1969. From a collector’s point of view this is a very exotic meteorite, primarily because it contains among other things, CIA’s.v Calcium Aluminium Inclusions. or to give them another name interstellar grains, or stardust. It is believed that this meteorite formed during the explosion of a supernova before the birth of our Solar System over 4.6 billion years ago, making it one of the oldest items anyone can touch, (at least on this planet anyway.
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