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Unregistered Latvian meteorites

In the backyard garden of the year 2017, I found interesting, peculiar rocks, which were not similar to ordinary boulders. Summing up the information gathered on the Internet, I realized that the rocks found could be stone meteorites - differentiated achrodrites from the HED group.A video of a visible stone meteorite candidate might be one of the rarest in the world,differented achondrite ( attracting magnet, 2,75g/cc).After the stored images on the Internet and archives i could not find a similar rock.Our University lab, could not give a concrete answer.According to Actlaba chemical analyzes, this rock could be a Lunar meteorite

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