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NEW! NHM Bern: Meteorites from Oman
LUNAR and MARS METEORITE FOR SALE
METEORITES FOR SALE Chondrites
METEORITES FOR SALE Carbonaceous chondrites
METEORITES FOR SALE Achondrites - URE - BRA
METEORITES FOR SALE Achondrites - HED
METEORITES FOR SALE Irons
MUSEUM PIECES FOR SALE 1
MUSEUM PIECES FOR SALE 2
WHAT IS A METEORITE ?
CLASSIFICATION OF METEORITES
THE COLORFUL WORLD OF THIN SECTIONS
THIN SECTIONS - PART 2
HISTORIC METEORITES 1: Switzerland, Germany, Austria.
HISTORIC METEORITES 2: France: 1492-1841
HISTORIC METEORITES 3: France: 1842-1934
HISTORIC METEORITES 4: England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland.
HISTORIC METEORITES 5: Italy, Spain.
HISTORIC METEORITES 6: Belgium, Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Norway.
HISTORIC METEORITES 7: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Latvia, Ukraine
HISTORIC METEORITES 8: Romaina, Serbia, Croatia, Estonia, Bosnia-Herzeg.
HISTORIC INDIAN METEORITES
PETER MARMET METEORITE COLLECTION - US falls / finds
H. H. NININGER and Canyon Diablo
From MOON and MARS
FAMOUS IRON METEORITES
Libyan Desert Glass
Meteorites from Antarctica
The Allende Meteorite (Mexico)
The Hoba Meteorite (Namibia)
PING PONG IN SPACE
MUNICH 2004
MUNICH 2005
MUNICH 2006
MUNICH 2007
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2005 part 1
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2005 part 2
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2006 part 1
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2006 part 2
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2007 part 1
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2007 part 2
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2008 Part 1
ENSISHEIM METEORITE 2008 Part 2
Ensisheim Meteorite 2009 part 1
Ensisheim Meteorite 2009 part 2
ENSISHEIM 2010
Ensisheim 2011

Exhibition at the Natural History Museum in Bern, Switzerland
(Nov. 2003 until Sept. 2004).
On display: 5 lunar meteorites and 16 martian meteorites!
See also "Meteorite" magazine, may 2004, page 30 - 32!
An exhibition by Dr. Beda Hofmann, Natural History Museum Bern.

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Main room.

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SaU 169

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SaU 169 "backside"

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Martian meteorites:
Dho 378 (left), SaU 005/008, Dho 019 (right).

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Martian meteorite SaU 094 found by the team of the Natural History Museum in Bern.

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The very first iron meteorite from Oman!

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The famous Twannberg iron meteorite (IIG) found in 1984 near Bern, Switzerland.

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The smaller brother (2.2kg) of the Twannberg. Found 2000 in Twann near Bern, Switzerland.

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Peekskill, NY: A beautiful full slice (from the Jürgen Nauber collection) with a cast of the famous car smasher!

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The workshop: A lot of fun for kids and adults with computers, 3D-glasses, mars globes,...

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