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    Meteorite Specimen Kit

    Hello all, picked up this little set. Any help in the right directions to where to look up info on this. I would like to open it, but it looks to cool the way it is. Is this a Real Meteorite or just a Rock? Thank you for the help,
    Edward M.
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    They claim it to be a real meteorite, but then again...

    Cool find..don't know if I'd even open it.
    Mike (aka Dizz)

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    No, it's a rock. Hope you didn't pay too much.


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