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BigBangMeteorites has SPECIAL meteorites. We currenty provided science with 16 new ("unpaired") Martian meteorites - of all 135 - by getting them classified. That is about the same number of new unpaired Martians that were found in all of Antarctica. Enjoy reading our scientific articles published on our website www.bigbangmeteorites.com and then perhaps buy a piece of that stone in our eBay store. We are member #2430 of the International Meteorite Collectors Association providing you garantuee that our meteorites are real. On the left is a picture of our CM2 meteorite 'Aguas Zarcas' which fell in Costa Rica on April 23, 2019. It is kept in a chamber of Nitrogen without Oxygen so it stays 'fresh' for future research. It is 36g and picked up before the first rain, showing many colors including blue(!). The broken area exposes its amazing interior which reminds of the Murchison meteorite fall (1969) in which 70 amino acids have been identified only 19 of which are known from Earth...

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BigBangMeteorites has SPECIAL meteorites. We currenty provided science with 16 new ("unpaired") Martian meteorites - of all 135 - by getting them classified. That is about the same number of new unpaired Martians that were found in all of Antarctica. Enjoy reading our scientific articles published on our website www.bigbangmeteorites.com and then perhaps buy a piece of that stone in our eBay store. We are member #2430 of the International Meteorite Collectors Association providing you garantuee that our meteorites are real. On the left is a picture of our CM2 meteorite 'Aguas Zarcas' which fell in Costa Rica on April 23, 2019. It is kept in a chamber of Nitrogen without Oxygen so it stays 'fresh' for future research. It is 36g and picked up before the first rain, showing many colors including blue(!). The broken area exposes its amazing interior which reminds of the Murchison meteorite fall (1969) in which 70 amino acids have been identified only 19 of which are known from Earth...
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