Moon rocks dating
Rocks still on the moon, or anywhere in the universe, are also moon rocks.
Moon rock is part of Wiki Project Geology, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use geology resource.
About one third of these were discovered by US and Japanese teams searching for Antarctic meteorites (e.g., ANSMET), with most of the remainder having been discovered by collectors in the desert regions of northern Africa and Oman.
Rocks from the Moon have been measured by radiometric dating techniques.
Many people have approached us over the years wanting to know if a rock that they possess is a Moon rock.
The most common story we hear is that the rock was given to a relative in the 1970's by an astronaut, a military person, or a NASA security guard.