Kokoelma

The Jari Juutilainen Collection

A small but steadily growing collection of space rocks.

Meteorite collection

Stone meteorites: 30 specimens | Stony-Iron meteorites: 4 specimens | Iron meteorites: 9 specimens | Total: 43 specimens

Meteorite Country Classification Weight Observed fall Photos
Stone Meteorites
NWA 8171 NWA Achondrite (Martian, Basaltic Breccia) 34 mg No [1]
Nakhla Egypt Achondrite (Martian, Nakhlite) 30 mg Yes [1]
Tissint Morocco Achondrite (Martian, Shergotite) 51 mg Yes [1]
NWA 8599 Mali Achondrite (Lunar, granulitic troctolitic breccia) 2,70 g No [1], [2]
NWA 4483 Algeria Achondrite (Lunar, feldspathic granulitic breccia) 4,1 mg No [1]
NEA 001 Sudan Achondrite (Lunar, anorthositic regolith breccia) 200 mg No [1], [2]
NWA 6950 NWA Achondrite (Lunar, gabbro) 102 mg No
NWA 8410 NWA Achondrite (Lodranite) 847 mg No [1]
NWA 7325 NWA Achondrite (ungrouped) 15 mg No [1]
NWA 1664 Algeria Achondrite (Howardite) 80 mg No [1]
NWA 7248 NWA Achondrite (Eucrite) 4,69 g No [1], [2]
Tatahouine Tunisia Achondrite (Diogenite) 3,26 g Yes [1]
Aiquile Bolivia Chondrite 0,58 g Yes
Tagish Lake Canada Chondrite (C2-ung) micro Yes
NWA 8534 NWA Chondrite (CM1/2) 1,50 g No [1]
Murchinson Australia Chondrite (CM2) 1,64 g Yes [1], [2], [3]
NWA 4502 Algeria Chondrite (CV3) 502 mg No
Al Haggounia 001 Morocco Chondrite (EL3) 294 mg No [1]
Gold Basin USA Chondrite (L4) 80,4 g No [1]
Bjurböle Finland Chondrite (L/LL4) 10,7 g Yes [1]
– Bjurböle 60 mg [1]
– Bjurböle 46 mg
– Bjurböle 40 mg
Valera Venezuela Chondrite (L5) 930 mg Yes [1], [2]
Chelyabinsk Russia Chondrite (LL5) 3,55 g Yes [1]
St. Michel Finland Chondrite (L6) 23,52 g Yes [1], [2]
Allan Hills A76009 Antarctica Chondrite (L6) 5 mg No [1]
Yelland Dry Lake USA Chondrite (H4) 1,55 g No
Gao-Guenie Burkina Faso Chondrite (H5) 20,3 g Yes [1]
Happy Canyon USA Enstatite chondrite (EL6/7) 689 mg No [1]
Stony-Iron Meteorites
Brenham USA Pallasite 8,8 g No [1], [2]
Imilac Chile Pallasite (PMG) 298 mg No
Oued Bourdim 001 Morocco Eagle Station Pallasite 3,30 g No [1], [2]
Bondoc Philippines Mesosiderite-B4 5,5 g No [1], [2], [3]
Iron Meteorites
Campo del Cielo Argentina Hexahedrite (IAB) 680 g No [1]
Canyon Diablo USA IAB-MG 265 g No [1]
Nantan China IAB-MG 14,2 g No [1]
Agoudal (Imilchil) Morocco IIAB 13,7 g No [1]
– Agoudal 6,79 g [1], [2]
Sikhote-Alin Soviet Union Coarse octahedrite (IIAB) 11,8 g Yes [1]
Gibeon Namibia Fine octahedrite (IVA) 562 mg No
Muonionalusta Sweden Fine octahedrite (IVA Of) 17,7 g No [1], [2]
Gebel Kamil Egypt Unclassified ataxite 50,8 g No [1], [2]

Other space stuff

Space pins

– First Footprints, made from the Apollo Command Module metal flown to the Moon [1]
– Badge of Merit of CCCP Cosmonaut [1]
– NASA “meatball” logo [1]
– NASA Astronaut Wings [1]
– ESO (European Southern Observatory) logo [1]
– ESA (European Space Agency) Astronaut [1]
– ESA Arianne program [1]
– ESA Rosetta program [1]
– Space Shuttle 24k gold plated [1]

Patches

– SpaceX GovSat-1 Mission (Authentic) [1]
– ESA 18 Member States (Authentic) [1]
– ESA 19 Member States (Authentic) [1]
– ESA 20 Member States (Authentic) [1]
– ESA 22 Member States (Authentic) [1]
– ESA Rosetta Mission (Authentic) [1]
– ESA Astronaut (Authentic) [1]
– ESA European Astronaut Training Centre (Authentic) [1]
– NASA Meatball (Authentic) [1]
– NASA EVA Systems (Authentic) [1]
– NASA Orion Project (Authentic) [1]
– NASA Kennedy Space Center 50th Anniversary (Authentic) [1]
– CCCP Buran (Replica) [1]
– Columbia STS-1 Mission (Replica) [1]
– Reaktor (Authentic) [1]
– Astronaut Wings: Mission Specialist [1]
– Astronaut Wings: NASA [1]
– Astronaut Wings: USAF Astronaut [1]
– Astronaut Wings: USAF Astronaut Commander [1]

Misc

– Thermal Tile of Buran Space Shuttle, flown in space [1], [2]
– Unused Thermal Tile of Columbia Space Shuttle, made for the STS-1 mission [1]
– Window glass shattered by sonic boom of the Chelyabinsk meteorite
– ESA Technology Transfer Lanayard (blue) [1]
– ESA Technology Transfer Lanayard (orange) [1]
– European Southern Observatory ESO Lanayard [1]
– ROSCOSMOS Lanayard (Authentic) [1]
– European Planetary Science Congress EPSC Lanayard [1]
– NASA Apollo 11 40th Anniversary Medallion containing metal flown to the Moon [1]
– NASA FSL 27/P Lightweight NOMEX Flight Suit (Authentic) [1]

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