Basic information: 19°3.728’N, 54°44.665’E Name: Dhofar 2066 State/Prov/County: Zufar, Oman Classification: Carbonaceous chondrite (Ungrouped) Observed fall: NoYear found: 2010 Mass - (TKW): 13g _______________________ Weight: ...more
Basic information: Name: Los Vientos 171 Classification: LL3.1 Observed fall: NoYear found: 2016 Country: Antofagasta - Chile Mass-TKW: 20.22 kg _____________________________ Dimension: ~165x140x47mm Weight: 1750g Meteoritical Bulletin ...more
48°45.82’N, 21°10.58’E Name: Košice Kosice Region Vysny Klatov, Slovakia Fell: 2010 Feb 28, 22:24:46 UT Classification: Ordinary chondrite (H5) Observed fall: Yes TKW: 4,3kg Weight: 770g Dimension: History: On ...more
Name: Dhofar 1766
Classification: Lunar meteorite (feldspathic breccia)
Observed fall: No
Year found: 2011
TKW - Mass: 292 g
Weight: 137g (main mass)
According to R. Korotev results: "Analysis shows that it is one very similar to Dhofar 733 composition.
This is very good because Dhofar 1766 is unavailable and is
different in many interesting ways from other lunar meteorites"
Meteoritical Bulletin: http://tiny.pl/gqgnt
and Washington University in St. Louis: http://meteorites.wustl.edu/lunar/stones/dhofar0733.htm
The Moon is among the very rarest substances found on Earth. There are only about 280 lunar meteorites classified, and their total weight is less than 160 kg, of which only around 30 kg is actually available on the market outside museums and institutions, and much of that is in the form of small fragments or slices.