Lunar meteorites


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Aug 20, 2017
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Hi my name is Brian

I have a question that somebody here may be able to clarify for me.

A carbenaceous chondrite asteroid hits the moon.

The ejecta from that impact from the moon turns that rock into Achondrite aubrite eucrite once it lands on earh? Is achondrites ejecta?

Even though that ejecta contains pure pieces of carbenaceous chondrite from the asteroid and anorthosite or basalt from the moon that did not have any contact with each other and did not mix and still contain some chondrules that were not obliterated once it landed on earth?
Is English your second or perhaps third language?

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