Glass meteorite is one of the meteorites. There are two kinds of folk hypothesis about its formation, volcanic eruption hypothesis, impact metamorphism hypothesis, volcanic eruption hypothesis and impact metamorphism hypothesis in the Earth Origin hypothesis. According to the latest news from the U.S. Bureau of Scientific Research, the most likely thing is that glass meteorites are formed when giant meteorites or comet nuclei collide with the Earth, causing the surface rocks of the Earth to melt and splash out of the crater at high speed and rapidly cool out. Or glass meteorites are formed by glass rain falling from space to the earth's atmosphere. According to current scientific research, glass meteorite is the product of melting liquid cooling during the landing process of a certain meteorite, and it is a natural glass material.
Meteorites are debris from other celestial bodies in the solar system outside the Earth. Most meteorites come from an asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, which is the home of meteorites. Those asteroids move in their own orbits and collide constantly. Sometimes they are knocked out of their orbits and run to Earth. When an asteroid enters the earth's atmosphere, it rubs against it and emits light and heat, which is a meteor. When a meteor enters the atmosphere, it produces high temperature, high pressure and internal imbalance. When it explodes, it forms meteorite shower. When an unburned meteorite falls on the earth, it becomes a meteorite, also known as "meteorite".
Because meteorite comes from the universe, it is still mysterious and rare in people's cognition. Its particularity and scarcity are the most potential for collection and appreciation. The value of meteorite collection is determined by the value of scientific research. The market performance of meteorite collection is good because of its high value of scientific research. It also has good appreciation potential in the future.
The shape of the glass meteorite is irregular. It is a translucent vitreous body with weak magnetism and dark green color. The surface layer has elongated bubbles and round bubbles of varying sizes, some of which resemble the circular mountain pattern on the surface of the moon. The molten crust shines brilliantly in the sunshine and is very precious. The surface of the collection is uneven, with clear white granular material on the local cross section, typical airmarks and melting pits, and high temperature burning marks. It is a typical glass meteorite. This meteorite is dense, beautiful and of good quality. It is the product of liquid cooling melting during the landing process of meteorite. It is known as a distinguished visitor outside the sky. It has high collection value and appreciation space.