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  1. #1 Extreme Lunar meteorites with beautiful fusion crust !!! 
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    Hello dear members!

    It's me Göran Lindfors with the worlds most extreme Lunar meteorites, all my amazing Lunar meteorites are extremely anorthositic ( anorthosite ) rich and they have the most beautiful fusion crust ever seen in history togheter with the best Mini Moon evidence /// proof ever seen in history exactly the same as the one's NASA was collected on the Moon by the Apollo mission and also the Russian Luna mission on the Moon. Another important thing to remember my outstanding Lunar meteorites are maximum maskelynite rich and this is an important proof now when the anorthositic clasts is totally converted into 100% pure maskelynite =) WOW !!! Keep in mind and remember that this is the first time ever in history any Lunar meteorite have represent a real geniue impact crater with incredible over 150kg togheter with more than thousand ( 1.000st+ ) extreme Lunar meteorites from the Moon of highest scientifically value for the research and we are talking about all types of Moon rocks materials as you can see in my incredible images =) WOW !!!

    Extreme Lunar meteorites !!!
    http://community.webshots.com/user/LunarMeteorites




    Take a real good look at these one of a kind outstandig extremely rare metallic grains + round glass particles = LUNAR SOIL !!!!!! The size of these two scientifically important metallic grains + round glass particles are exactly the same as the famous Lunar soil collected on the Moon by NASA Apollo mission which are amazing, even the structure are exactly the same if you look close and compare the pictures with each other. A ( basalt ), B ( anorthosite ), C ( breccia ) and D ( round glass particles ) m.m. Here comes some more important fact and information about my extreme metallic grains also known as metallic particles written by NASA: Lunar metallic particle "Mini-Moon" recovered from the Moon may be a mound detached from a sphere of silicate glass. Erosion and pitting of the particle may have been caused by passage trough a cloud of hot gas and particulate matter formed by meteorite impact on the Lunar surface. This explanation is in contrast to the theory that the particle was meteoritically derived molten material that was furrowed during solidification after Lunar impact, subsequently pitted by high-velocity particles, and then abraded and polished by drifting dust while on the Lunar surface.

    Mini-Moon spherule certificate !!!
    http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/559086275tcUMfC


    Here are my new important Mini-Moon ( spherule ) certificate and Lunar meteorites analyze results done by Dr.Yasunori MIURA, Lunar and meteorite scientist at Yamaguchi University in Japan. The analyze was showing the geniue Lunar origin, of highest scientifically value from the Moon !!!
    http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/577913735BIgNzk
    Dr.Yasunori Miura
    Lunar and meteorites scientist,
    NASA PI in 1986 for Apollo samples.
    MIURA recent moon and asteroid papers for NASA.
    http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2010/pdf/2462.pdf
    http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/recon2006/pdf/3008.pdf
    http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2008/pdf/2027.pdf
    http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lea...8/pdf/4047.pdf




    NASA comments.

    Dear Mr.Lindfors, thanks for your email including sensational Lunar meteorites pictures and this great homepage of an excellent achievement. I studied the 100% Lunar regolith dust 108gram images and discovered orange Lunar soil identical to the famous orange soil we brought back from the Taurus-Littrow landing site by the Apollo 17 crewmen, these orange glass spheres and fragments are the finest particles ever brought back from the Moon. Chemical analysis of the orange soil material has show the sample to be similar to some of the samples brought back from the Apollo 11 ( Sea of Tranquility ) site several hundred miles to the southwest, Lunar soil contains fragments of the major Lunar rock types: anorthosite, breccia and basalt. In addition, round glass particles are common. The fragments that make up Lunar soil are the products of the ceaseless bombardment of the Moon by meteoroids which smash and grind rocks into soil and weld soil into new rocks, most Lunar glassy materials were created by the shock of meteoroid impacts. NASA are interested in all your Lunar meteorites since they came togheter, as a matter of fact for the first time this ever have happened! NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
    said JSC

    108gram rare Lunar regolith dust !!!
    http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/556610207sFYFJZ



    Extreme Lunar Highland anorthosite meteorite + FUSION CRUST !!!
    http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/556563765wPuQit




    Best Wishes /// Göran Lindfors
    http://community.webshots.com/user/LunarMeteorites
    mars@tele2.se


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