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Lunar Meteorite NWA 10546 From the...
Lunar Meteorite NWA 10546 From the Moon to the Earth 1000 CFA Francs 1oz .999 pure silver, antique finish.
This beautiful coin is dedicated to the Moon and features a genuine Moon meteorite insert, as well as an incredible liny square shaped Nano Chip that depicts the Moon. The coin has a beautiful convex relief shape.
Mintage: only 777 pcs. worldwide. With box and COA.
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|Country :||Burkina Faso|
|Face Value :||1,000 CFA Francs|
|Metal :||.999 Fine silver|
|Weight :||1 oz|
|Size :||38.61 mm|
|Quality :||Proof antique finish|
|Mintage :||Only 777 pcs. worldwide|
|Certificate of Authenticity :||Yes|
|Original ETUI box/case :||Yes|
NWA 10546 meteorite was found on the Mauritania/Mali border in 2015.
It is a feldspathic breccia lunar meteorite. NWA 10546 has a total mass of 43.35 grams.
A lunar meteorite is a meteorite that is known to have originated on the Moon. A meteorite hitting the Moon is normally classified as a transient lunar phenomenon.
Most lunar meteorites are launched from the Moon by impacts making lunar craters of a few kilometers in diameter or less. No source crater of lunar meteorites has been positively identified, although there is speculation that the highly anomalous lunar meteorite Sayh al Uhaymir 169 derives from the Lalande impact crater on the lunar nearside.
Cosmic ray exposure history established with noble gas measurements have shown that all lunar meteorites were ejected from the Moon in the past 20 million years. Most left the Moon in the past 100,000 years. After leaving the Moon, most lunar meteoroids go into orbit around Earth and eventually succumb to Earth's gravity. Some meteoroids ejected from the Moon get launched into orbits around the sun. These meteoroids remain in space longer but eventually intersect the Earth's orbit and land.
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