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Burkina Faso MOON LUNAR METEORITE FROM THE MOON TO THE EARTH with NANO CHIP 1000 Francs Silver coin 2016 Ultra High Relief Real NWA 10546 Lunar Meteorite Antique finish Concave Convex shape 1 oz


Product Code: BD-S-SYS-16-1
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Metal Silver
Mintage 777
Fineness (% purity) 99.9%
Content (Troy OZ) 1
Denomination (CFA) 1000 Francs
Weight (g) 31.10
Diameter (mm) 38.61
Year of Issue 2016
Country Burkina Faso
Edge Smooth
Quality Antique finish
Exterior Decoration Nano Chip with Moon picture (on the obverse); Real NWA 10546 Lunar Meteorite; High relief craters; Concave Convex shape
Package Box and magnifier included
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
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✔ Nano Chip insert that depicts the Moon (on the obverse)
✔ Magnifier included
✔ Real Moon stone on the convex shape coin
✔ Real NWA 10546 Lunar Meteorite inlay
✔ Unique Concave and Convex shape
✔ High relief craters
✔ Pure silver 1 ounce
✔ Very low mintage of just 777 coins in the world
✔ Box with color package
✔ Legal tender of Niue Island (New Zealand Dollar)
✔ Certificate of Authenticity

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. In January 1982, John Schutt, leading an expedition in Antarctica for the ANSMET program, found a meteorite that he recognized to be unusual. Shortly thereafter, the meteorite now called Allan Hills 81005 was sent to Washington, DC, where Smithsonian Institution geochemist Brian Mason recognized that the sample was unlike any other known meteorite and resembled some rocks brought back from the Moon by the Apollo program. Several years later, Japanese scientists recognized that they had also collected a lunar meteorite, Yamato 791197, during the 1979 field season in Antarctica. About 134 lunar meteorites have been discovered so far (as of October, 2010), perhaps representing more than 50 separate meteorite falls (i.e., many of the stones are “paired” fragments of the same meteoroid). The total mass is more than 46 kilograms (101 lb). All lunar meteorites have been found in deserts; most have been found in Antarctica, northern Africa, and the Sultanate of Oman. None have yet been found in North America, South America, or Europe. Lunar origin is established by comparing the mineralogy, the chemical composition, and the isotopic composition between meteorites and samples from the Moon collected by Apollo missions.

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• Extremely high international collectible demand
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