Pallasite Meteorite Slice
This Pallasite slice has amazing luster and beautiful mirror-like face with olivine crystals from green to orange to brown. Both sides are polished.
The Seymchan meteorite was discovered in June of 1967 in the Magadan Oblast region of Russia. This particular meteorite is a pallasite, which is a class of stony-iron meteorites. Pallasites are known to have olivine crystals embedded within an iron-nickel matrix. This particular piece has been sliced and dipped in acid to show the crystalline structure of the meteorite.
- ColorsSilver, Olive
8.5"L x 6"W x 0.125"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 14 Day
— Weight: 14.56 oz
That is a question many scientists are asking for a very long time. Unfortunately, there is only theory. They are thought to be over a billion years old. Found in 1967 in Russia. Only 20% of fall has olivine crystals.
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