Meteorites (meteorite) are also called "meteorites". They are unburned stone, iron, or stone-iron mixed materials that are scattered from the original orbit of the universe, or fragments of dust from the orbit. . Most meteorites come from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, and a small part from the moon and Mars. Meteorites can be roughly divided into glass meteorites, stone meteorites, iron meteorites, and stone-iron meteorites.
Glass meteorite occurs mainly in some areas of the North American coast. Glass meteorite is rare in China, mainly distributed in Xinjiang, Tibet, Hainan, Guangdong, Guangxi, and Gansu. Meteorites are mainly divided into iron meteorite and stone meteorite. Glass meteorite is a kind of stone meteorite. It is a quartz-like meteorite that melts after entering the atmosphere and quickly condenses after falling. The color is black, dark green, brown, and the surface layer has elongated bubbles and round bubbles of varying sizes. Some look like craters on the surface of the moon. In ancient China it was called "Lei Gongmo". As early as more than 1,000 years ago, in the book "Liu Biao Lu Yi" written by Liu Xie in the Tang Dynasty in China, glass meteorites were recorded: "After the Leizhou shower, people get stones like flint in the wild, which is called Lei Gongmo. And It's radiant and lovely. "According to Darwin, a British biologist in 1844, a button-shaped glassy stone was obtained in Australia and considered to be obsidian (Darwin glass). Later, this similarity was found worldwide. Vitreous stones, commonly known as "glass meteorites". Due to its tough texture, glass meteorites can be carved into hand ornaments and chest ornaments. They are very expensive in the jewelry market and have a high collection value.
Glass meteorites can remain essentially unchanged for billions of years. Researchers can learn more about the early universe by studying these meteorites. The value of scientific research is extremely high. Some developed countries must compete for the current situation of glass meteorite soaring. The "glass meteorite", which has made countless scientists crazy, is extremely precious, and the price has risen all the way. It has become the most expensive stone in the antique collection market today, and diamonds are hardly comparable. The potential of glass meteorite investment appreciation is widely recognized and accepted by the majority of collectors. According to existing statistics, only 4% of a meteorite falling from the sky may be a glass meteorite. Because glass meteorites are special meteorites, the value is particularly higher than ordinary meteorites, and has a very high collection value and research value and market value.