Meteorite identification can be done using simple techniques, but confirmation require the performance of other more advanced analyzes. For that here we share the latest classifications just complete.
The identification of meteorites does not compromise that advanced techniques can vary sensibly or totally the appreciations obtained by petrography. The final official confirmation of the type of each meteorite must be given exclusively in the final classification process, where advanced nuclear techniques are used in the analyzes (geochemistry, isotopes, etc.). However, remember that even when a meteorite is classified with a specific type, it can undergo reclassification at any time, even when its typology has been made official at The Met. Bull.
NWA 10909, Monomict Eucrite.
NWA 11397, Polymict Eucrite.
NWA 14005, BRECHA FELDESPÁTICA LUNAR.