NWA 7835 harzburgitic ungrouped achondrite
Tkw 56 g, find 2013
Classified by Dr. Anthony Irving, Washington University
NWA 7835 - a unique harzburgitic ungrouped achondrite. The optical appearance is very close to some olivine-phyric Martian shergottites. This is probably the first find of such a meteorite, so it is probably "one of a kind". A very fresh specimen with a beautiful shiny fusion crust. NWA 7835 is a „must“ for any collector of extremely rare and exotic meteorites. In terms of rarity, this meteorite is on par with other unique meteorites from NWA, like NWA 7325, NWA 7034, NWA 011. NWA 7835 has a only very small mass, several pieces are sold already. The following pieces is all that is available.