Excellent and big Muonionalusta. It was first found in 1906 in the northern part of Sweden, close to Finland. It is classified as a IVA iron meteorite and the Widmanstatten pattern can be seen if the meteorite is treated with acid (etch).
Certificate of authenticity included.
About the seller:
My name is Adrian Vilchez Luna. I'm co-founder of ExoEstrato: Andalusian Society of Astrogeology. We are dedicated to the dissemination, scientific education and research in Planetary Sciences and Astrogeology. We belong to the Faculty of Science of the University of Granada, Spain. I am planetary geologist specializing in small bodies of the solar system (asteroids and meteorites) and on Mars.
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- Meteorito de hierro
- 66.6 g
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