It is complete, a light gray-greenish rounded stone, dimensions 70x43x40mm and mass 206 grams, found on January 16, 2002, in the central desert of Oman at 20° 34.391'N and 57° 19.400' E.
According to geologist Edwin Gnos and coworkers, the meteorite's origin can be pinpointed to the vicinity of the Lalande impact crater; isotopic analysis shows a complex history of four distinct lunar impacts: "Crystallization of the impact melt occurred at 3909 ± 13 Ma, followed by exhumation by a second impact at 2800 Ma, which raised the sample to a regolith position at unconstrained depth. A third impact at 200 Ma moved the material closer to the lunar surface, where it mixed with solar-wind–containing regolith. It was launched into space by a fourth impact at <0.34 Ma".
^Gnos, Edwin, 'et al.', 2004, Pinpointing the Source of a Lunar Meteorite: Implications for the Evolution of the Moon, Science 30 July 2004: Vol. 305 no. 5684 pp. 657-659 DOI: 10.1126/science.1099397 abstract