Just like what we see in pallasite meteors, Meteorite is made of glass and steel: a metal structure holds transparent glass capsules, which are the cultivation environments for algae and bacteria. The 21 capsules of Meteorite include billions of micro-organisms such as Chlorella Vulgaris, sphere-shaped unicellular algae with a diameter of 1/20 of a hair, commonly described as a “superfood” because of its extremely high protein content (40-50%), and the Synechocystis 6803, sphere-shaped cyanobacteria with a diameter of 1/50 of a hair. Chlorella and Synechocystis are both capable of generating oxygen and removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. These organisms are photosynthetic: by absorbing the light coming from an integrated LED system, they produce around 10 liters of oxygen per day. Considering the small size of Meteorite, the quantity of oxygen produced is 8-10 times greater than that of a conifer forest.