NWA Meteorite GT343

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Northwest Africa Many thousands of meteorites have been distributed in this way, most of which lack any information about how, when, or where they were discovered. These are the so-called "Northwest Africa" meteorites. When they get classified, they are named "Northwest Africa" (abbreviated NWA) followed by a number. Meteorites date from the oldest time in our solar system. They far outdate any known material on our planet and hold within them energies that cannot be compared to Earth’s minerals. NWA is a mysterious and powerful meteorite that crashed down in North West Africa in May of 2006. Its origins are from an evolved star system in which it formed around planetary nebulae. It is a Chondrite composed primarily of Iron, Aubrite, and Enstatite.
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