The treasure descended from heaven on a young man in Indonesia

November 18, 2020
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Vision Egypt News: - A young Indonesian coffin maker, Joshua Hotaga Lang, 33, was making a coffin outside his home in Kunlang when a boulder weighing 2.1 kilograms fell on the roof of the house, suddenly.

The noise caused by the fall of this rock was so loud that parts of the house shook, even part of the roof of the house was smashed.

He discovered that the rock that came down on the house was a meteorite, which he sold for $ 1.8 million.

And overnight, the poor coffin maker turned into a millionaire.

This meteorite that fell in the Indonesian man’s house was "carbon chondrite". It is very rare. Scientists estimate that its age reaches 4.5 billion years, and its price is approximately $ 857 per gram.

The new millionaire said he sold the meteorite to an American expert, Jared Collins, who in turn sold the piece to another American who collects space objects, and is currently putting it for study at the Center for Meteorite Studies at the University of Arizona.

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