Beautiful Sericho end cut, good size with a polished face to be able to observe the inside, and it is also possible to see on the outside crystallisations of olivines.
Pallasites contain approximately 50% metal (iron and nickel) and 50% silicates (in olivine form). They come from the inside large asteroids. Pallasites are one of the most beautiful types of meteorites that exist. They are named after the German zoologist and botanist Peter Simon Pallas, who discovered the first specimen of this type of meteorite in Siberia, Russia, in 1772.
At Expometeoritos, we take care of dissemination, talks, workshops, analyses, classification and exhibitions of meteorites.
We are members of:
.- IMCA (International Meteorite Collectors Association) #8187
.- Meteoritical Society
.- American Meteor Society
All our pieces are certified and, if the value of a piece is over €300, we also provide its chemical composition analysis, carried out in our facilities by X-ray spectrography.
- Minéral principal / Nom météorite
- Météorite de Sericho
- Forme minérale / Type météorite
- Fin de coupe avec face polie
- Palasita, coupe finale
- 71 g
- Origine (région / ville)
- Origine (pays)