NWA 4925 Meteorites (Mars)
The meteorite was found by an anonymous person in northwest Africa and bought by the main mass holder in Erfoud, Morocco. The meteorite displays a porphyritic texture with large chemically zoned olivine megacrysts set into a fine-grained groundmass composed of pyroxene and maskelynite. Minor phases include chromite, sulfides, phosphates, and small Fe-rich olivines. The olivine megacrysts often contain melt inclusions and small chromites.
- Name: Northwest Africa 4925 (NWA 4925)
- Country: Northwest Africa
- Found: 2007
- Classification: Martian (Shergottite)
- Explanation: A martian meteorite belonging to the shergottite type.
- Mass: 282 g