A new craze of gathering and trading meteorites has begun. It was started by an American collector, Robert Haag, known as "The Meteorite Man", who probably holds the world's largest private collection of meteorites. Meteorites, or rocks from outer space, can range in size from that of a golfball to that of a boulder. With origins from the Moon, Mars, or beyond, rare specimens can fetch more than $1 million.
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