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About one third of these were discovered by US and Japanese teams searching for Antarctic meteorites (e.g., ANSMET), with most of the remainder having been discovered by collectors in the desert regions of northern Africa and Oman.
Rocks from the Moon have been measured by radiometric dating techniques.
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In contrast, the oldest ages of rocks from the Earth are between 3.8 and 4.28 billion years old.
If I wanted to find a lunar meteorite myself, I would not scour the Mojave Desert.
None of the many samples that we have been sent has been a lunar meteorite, except those from meteorite dealers, persons who bought lunar meteorites from a dealer, or experienced meteorite prospectors who found them in the deserts of northern Africa or Oman.
No lunar meteorite has yet been found in North America, South America, or Europe.
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Surely the collected rocks are the source of knowledge of the rocks on the actual moon, but I don't suppose "moon rock" can be defined as rock collected from the moon.