Stones coming from Mars, arrived on Earth via a meteorite

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has shown the origin of the stones. Read more.

Cut slices of a Martian meteorite. paired to NWA 13187 and currently under classification. Genuine Martian stones that ...

EUR 389,95

Cut slices of a Martian meteorite. paired to NWA 13187 and currently under classification. Genuine Martian stones that ...

EUR 299,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 199,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 199,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 899,95

Dust from Mars! Obtained by sawing Mars meteorites. 200 milligrams of dust in a bottle. Very rare!

EUR 29,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 299,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 179,95

Small fragments of Mars meteorites. Real Mars stones that hit the Earth as meteorites. University Isotope research has ...

EUR 299,95

Stones from Mars

These stones were found in the African desert. Research has shown that these meteorites originate from the planet Mars! The isotopes in this meteorite correspond to the Mars atmosphere. We guarantee 100% authenticity and are IMCA member. The organization that oversees fair trade in meteorites. 

How do stones from mars end up on earth?

How do Mars stones actually end up on earth? This could have happened because of huge impacts on the red planet. Because the gravity on mars is much lower, parts of mars were blown away and ended up on earth as a meteorite.

Rare material

The only Mars material present on earth comes from meteorites, which makes these pieces extremely rare. These meteorites fall into the Shergottite class.

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