Meteorite Watches Collection - High-end timepieces by Louis Moinet

Meteorite watches

by Louis Moinet

Louis Moinet's exclusive high-end timepieces adorning cosmic materials like lunar and Martian meteorites.

By incorporating fragments of meteorites from the moon, Mars, or known asteroids inside a watch, Les Ateliers Louis Moinet have created veritable works of horological art that are a constant reminder of the mysteries of outer space that surround us.

These travelers from the cosmos have journeyed billions of miles from all corners of outer space and are the silent witnesses to the history of our universe. Each of these meteorites has a fascinating story to tell. Some are older than our own planet, others carry the first ever recorded traces of human life. And now, following their impressive interstellar journey, these cosmic treasures have found a permanent place to rest inside a Louis Moinet watch.

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Lunar Meteorites

Lunar Meteorites

23 timepieces
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Lunar Meteorites

Lunar Meteorites

When asteroids hit the moon, the powerful impact can dislodge fragments of rock that are then propelled into space and ultimately land on Earth. It is a rare event, but about 400 of these lunar meteorites have so far been identified and recorded on our planet.


Among these treasures is the Dhofar 462 or the Gadamis 005. Specialists consider the latter to be one of the most beautiful stones to arrive here from the moon.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Super Moon

Super Moon

2 versions
Moon

Moon

4 versions
Space Revolution

Space Revolution

2 versions
Sideralis

Sideralis

3 versions
Martian Meteorite

Martian Meteorite

15 timepieces
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Martian Meteorite

Martian Meteorite

Martian meteorites are fragments from the planet Mars that have been ejected into space due to asteroid impacts and landed on Earth. These extraterrestrial specimens provide valuable insights into Mars' geology, history, and potential for past life.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Mars Mission

Mars Mission

2 versions
Mars

Mars

3 versions
Sideralis

Sideralis

3 versions
Gibeon Meteorite

Gibeon Meteorite

10 timepieces
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Gibeon Meteorite

Gibeon Meteorite

The Gibeon meteorite landed in Namibia in prehistoric times. It was named after the nearest city. It is famous for the distinctive Widmanstätten pattern, which is typical for extraterrestrial ferrous rocks.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Space Revolution

Space Revolution

3 versions
Allende Meteorite

Allende Meteorite

7 timepieces
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Allende Meteorite

Allende Meteorite

The Allende is the most studied meteorite in history. In fact, it has been dubbed the “Rosetta Stone” for the wealth of information it has provided on the formation of the solar system. It is estimated to be 4.567 billion years old and thereby the oldest rock in the solar system.

Erg-Chech Meteorite

Erg-Chech Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Erg-Chech Meteorite

Erg-Chech Meteorite

Erg Chech is the oldest magmatic rock known to date. It originated from a protoplanet that has since disappeared, and it is older than the Earth itself. After a journey of more than 4 billion years, it landed about a hundred years ago in southern Algeria, in the Erg Chech sea of sand, whence its name.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Jbilet-Winselwan Meteorite

Jbilet-Winselwan Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Jbilet-Winselwan Meteorite

Jbilet-Winselwan Meteorite

This mysterious Jbilet Winselwan meteorite contains traces of amino acids, that are probably the first known traces of life in the cosmos.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Isheyevo Meteorite

Isheyevo Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Isheyevo Meteorite

Isheyevo Meteorite

The Isheyevo meteorite is a carbonaceous chondrite containing a beautiful sequence of fine layers.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Aletai “Armanty” Meteorite

Aletai “Armanty” Meteorite

12 timepieces
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Aletai “Armanty” Meteorite

Aletai “Armanty” Meteorite

This meteorite used to be known as Armanty, but is now known under the name Aletai. It is composed of a natural and extraterrestrial mix of iron and nickel. It comes from the heart of an asteroid weighing over one-hundred tons.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Space One

Space One

3 versions
Midnight Star

Midnight Star

3 versions
Aguas Zarcas Meteorite

Aguas Zarcas Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Aguas Zarcas Meteorite

Aguas Zarcas Meteorite

The Arguas Zarcas meteorite is part of a meteorite shower that fell in a rainforest in central Costa Rica on April 23, 2019.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Toluca Meteorite

Toluca Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Toluca Meteorite

Toluca Meteorite

This meteorite probably struck Earth over ten millennia ago. For centuries, Mexicans living near meteorites have used them as a source of metal for various tools. The Toluca meteorite fragments were discovered by the conquistadores in 1776.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Enstatite Sahara 97093 Meteorite

Enstatite Sahara 97093 Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Enstatite Sahara 97093 Meteorite

Enstatite Sahara 97093 Meteorite

This extremely rare Enstatite EH3 meteorite features microdiamonds of interstellar origin. They are formed in the heart of stars that exploded and became supernovas.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Black Chondrite Sahara 97003 Meteorite

Black Chondrite Sahara 97003 Meteorite

5 timepieces
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Black Chondrite Sahara 97003 Meteorite

Black Chondrite Sahara 97003 Meteorite

This black chondrite is a highly shocked meteorite, the result of a gigantic impact in space between two asteroids. Chondrites are considered the first elements that go on to become planets.

Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

5 versions
Qatar 001

Qatar 001

1 timepiece
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Qatar 001

Qatar 001

The first meteorite, which was found near Jariyan al Batnahin, Qatar, is an exceptionally rare chondrite H5. It originated in the asteroid belt located between Mars and Jupiter and journeyed over 260 million kilometres.

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