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Re: Martian Meteorite

Hi All,

I have seen a (NASA?) web page indicating a total of 15 Lunar Meteorites which 
now include Dar al Gagi 262 and 400. Use a search engine and type in Lunar 
Meteorite and this page comes up with some others. So we would have three more 
lunar specimens than Mars Specimens. However there is a twist to this and I 
don't know the answer. Some of the meteorites found in antarctica are matched 
pairs (I think two) so the question is do they consider this as one find or not?

I know the total weight for Martian stones are over two hundred pounds while 
the total weight for the lunar material is much less so how do we figure?


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