Learn more about the behemoth meteorite that created Arizona’s famous meteor crater, and the Canyon Diablo meteorites found nearby.
Finding your very own space rocks is easy! All you need is a magnet and a bit of time to find your own micrometeorites. This makes a great project for kids!
Four-billion-year-old designs and patterns… from SPACE!
So, you think you've found a meteorite. . . but how can you be sure? Here’s a few tests you can try.
These meteorites aren’t just from space… they’re from Mars! Learn how they got here and how we know they’re Martian.
Have you ever seen a shooting star? A streak of light across the night sky that's gone almost before you notice it? Here’s what those are and why they happen.
Learn more about this beautiful green tektite from the Czech Republic.
The “unmeltable” iron ore that turned out to be a 500-year-old meteorite!
Where does this mysterious natural glass come from?
Learn more about this huge meteorite that fell in what is now Namibia, and the giant strewn field that it created.
These nickel-iron meteorites struck in West Texas thousands of years ago and left several craters.
A fireball from the sky, shattered windows, and a sound like thunder… This isn't the start of a movie—it's what happened when a meteorite hit Siberia in 1947.
Stony meteorites are by far the most common among all observed meteorite falls. Because most of them are the remains of the crust and mantle of asteroids, they greatly resemble ordinary terrestrial rocks.