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James Tobin

The Meteorite Exchange, Inc. was born in 1996 with and Meteorite Times Magazine in 2002. Still enthusiastic about meteorites and all things related to them, we hunt, collect, cut and prepare specimens. We travel to gem shows and enjoy meteorites as much now as in the beginning. Please feel free to share any comments you have on this or any of our other sites.

Looks Aren’t Everything

Over the last several decades I have sent off meteorites to be classified and have a couple going through the process nearly all the time...

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Meteorites on Display

Well, first I guess I should report that the meteorite that was being classified in the last issue of the magazine and suspected of being...

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One More Achondrite

As 2023 starts Jason Phillips and I have another meteorite well along the classification trail. It is suspected at present to be a howardite or...

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Fascinating CV3s

I love Allende meteorites. They are a famous CV3 carbonaceous and a favorite of mine. And after forty years of meteorite lapidary work I have...

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The Story of Two Meteorites

I rarely have two meteorites in the process of being classified at the same time. But that is exactly what has happened twice during recent...

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