Gallery of Meteorites
Photo gallery of various meteorites
Meteorites from Other Planets
Rocks from the Moon and Mars are found on the ground on Earth.
Gallery of Meteorwrongs
Meteorite expert Randy Korotev has a most instructive set of photos of rocks that are not meteorites.
Meteorites and Their Properties
An online book by David Kring of the Lunar and Planetary Lab in Tucson.
The Meteoritical Society
Founded in 1933 to promote the study of extraterrestrial materials.
Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET)
A site at Case Western Reserve University with pictures, stories, background, and links about this groundbreaking collection program.
Canada: The Prairie Meteorite Search
This program sends an expert around to make "roadshow" presentations and examine Canadians' odd stones.
Randy Korotev at Washington University in St. Louis has photos, explanations, and sources on this important subset of space rocks.
Ron Baalke's page at the Jet Propulsion Lab.
Researchers argue that meteorites from Mercury can reach Earth far more easily than once thought (PDF preprint).
Shinichi Kato has a huge meteorite gallery.
Lunar, martian, and ordinary meteorites of all kinds for sale or for ogling.