Men's Yellow Gold Ring With Piece Of Mars

Men's yellow gold ring bearing a certified piece of the Mars cut from the martian meteorite SAU 130

Own a 18K yellow gold ring with a real piece of Mars cut from a Mars rock found in the desert and certified as martian by the researchers by researchers M. Nazarov and M. Ivanova (Vernadsky Institute Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences)

The piece of Mars inlaid in a 18K gold was cut from the martian rock named SAU 130 (a martian meteorite):

Meteorite name: Sayh al Uhaymir 130
Type: Martian basalt, SNC, shergottite. Paired with SAU 005-008
Country: Oman Desert
Location: 21°00.2’ N    57° 19.1’ E
Date of find: January 11, 2004
Tkw: 278g (four individual stones)

Story on Sayh al Uhaymir 130: Four fullly crusted gray-greenish stones of 278g together were found near to the area of previous finds of Sayh al Uhaymir 005/008/051/060/094. All eleven meteorites seem to be paired.

The Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has discovered that a rock dubbed "Bounce" at Meridiani Planum has a very similar mineral composition to the meteorite EETA79001 and likely shares common origins. Bounce itself is thought to have originated outside the area surrounding Opportunity's landing site; an impact or collision likely threw the rock away from its primary home (Courtesy NASA/JSC/JPL).

The meteorite EETA79001, a basalt lava rock nearly indistinguishable from many Earth rocks, provided the first strong proof that meteorites could come from Mars. Originally weighing nearly 8 kilograms (17.6 pounds), it was collected in 1979 in the Elephant Moraine area of Antarctica.