"Incredible!" In a word, this is how I would describe NWA 7007. With its lighter gabbro lithology dominating the darker basaltic matrix, this lunar meteorite in very striking to behold. Beyond the abilities of the human eye to see are trapped microscopic solar wind bubbles in glassy vesicles.
Thin section image of NWA 7007:
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Meteoritical Bulletin entry for NWA 7007:
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