Seymchan Pallasite Meteorite Cube // 70g
The Seymchan meteorite was found in June 1967 in the dry bed of the river Hekandue, a left tributary of river Jasačnaja in the Magadan district of Russia, near the settlement of Seymchan. It showcases a signature crystalline pattern that is among the most robust and lustrous of any meteorite. This exquisite natural design, referred to as a Widmanstätten pattern, is the result of the very slow intergrowth of two iron-nickel minerals (kamacite and taenite). This in effect makes this extraterrestrial steel! The amount of nickel determines the type of crystalline pattern that will form, making this piece incredibly unique.
1.25"L x 1"W x 1"H
— Weight: 70 g
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