Collection: Lunar Meteorites

Our moon lacks an atmosphere. When asteroids encounter these celestial bodies (which happens frequently), fragments eject from the impact and occasionally make their way into Earth’s orbit. If the stone survives its cataclysmic entry into Earth, it lands on the ground and becomes known as a meteorite. Once studied under a microscope by scientists, the stone's origin is then plotted based on its compositional property to the different classes of asteroids and samples returned to Earth. From there, meteorites make their way into museums, universities and to the general public.

The Interstellar Collection offers a wide array of genuine, scientifically-classified Lunar meteorites.