LIBYAN DESERT GLASS, Egypt (Tektite)
Libyan desert glass is believed to have been formed by
an impact in the vast sands of the Libyan Desert some 28 million years ago. Over 98%
silicon dioxide, it contains the purest silica of all known tektites. Libyan Desert glass
ranges in color from milky yellow to translucent, pale green, and can be faceted into
brilliant cut stones. These pieces were personally collected by Robert Haag in December,
Sizes range from small fragments to large fist-sized
Meteorite Recovery Team T-shirts in black only. Shooting star
glows in the dark!! Available in S-M-L-XL. $24 each
Cast from genuine Arizona Meteor Crater (Canyon Diablo) iron
meteorites. Very limited mintage.Comes with signed certificate of authenticity. Great
collector's item! $250 each.
Casting of the 'Venus Stone'
A textbook example of an oriented meteorite. It clearly
shows the direction of flight as the stone passed through the atmosphere.
Original meteorite in the Robert Haag collection.
Castings are available for $100.
It's Here! The 2003 Edition
Robert A. Haag's COLLECTION
ROCKS FROM SPACE
By O. Richard Morton. A complete, up to the minute reference. 450
pages, hundreds of photos and illustrations in color and black and white. Easy reading,
informative, in-depth. Highly recommended. Soft cover. Revised Edition, $30
plus $5 shipping ($10 International)
GIBEON METEORITE RINGS - $100
NEW MICROSCOPE THIN SECTIONS
Allende (CV III) $50
GAO (HS) $40
Millbillillie (eucrite) $50
Sahara 97159 (EH3) $100
Murchison (CM2) $100
Assorted gold and pallasite jewelry for the perfect out
of this world unique gift.