This meteorite is classified as a very rare achondrite, Howardite (AHOW). The Howardites are very rare, being
comprised of crushed up Eucrites and Diogenites and containing bits of other meteorite types. It is basically the soil
of an asteroid that has been churned up by meteorite impacts and mixed with them. As you can see in the slices below,
there are clasts of many meteorites, including some that look to be carbonaceous! This meteorite was found in Morocco
2003, and so far the total known weight is around 15 kilograms.