Chondrites are 'stony' meteorites that contain 'chondrules'. Chondrules are spereically shaped particles that formed early during the birth of our solar system. The exact manner in which chondrules and chondrites formed is still a hotly debated topic.
Large, xenolithic inclusion in a CV3 carbonaceous chondrite NWA 2364. This xenolithic inclusion is currently being studied by the University of New Mexico.
LL6 polymict breccia chondrite (NWA 2365)
Interior of an LL6 polymict breccia chondrite (NWA 2365)
"Bullseye" chondrule of LL3.7 chondrite (NWA 2836)
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