In this section we propose fragments of various weights and sizes of meteorites. But what is a meteorite? A meteorite (also commonly called a shooting star) is a fragment of an asteroid or other celestial body which, upon entering the Earth's atmosphere, ignites due to friction. Particularly known are the fragments of meteorites Campo del Cielo. Campo del Cielo is the vast geographic area located in Argentina in which meteorite fragments have been found. According to the studies carried out, it was established that 4000-6000 years ago the area was hit by a meteor shower due to the disintegration of a large exploded meteorite in contact with the atmosphere.