Campo del Cielo Iron meteorite - 20×34,9×41,8 mm - 85,8 g - (1)

Description
Campo del Cielo Iron meteorite - 20×34,9×41,8 mm - 85,8 g - (1)
Argentina, Argentina

Spectacular Campo del Cielo meteorite, a variety that came to the Earth approximately 4,500 years ago, falling in present-day Argentina; the largest iron-meteorite rain ever known. It was used by the pre-Columbian peoples to manufacture metal utensils, and it really amazed the Spaniards upon their arrival in America.

This meteorite has the extreme beauty of a special meteorite, given its uniqueness and diverse shape.

A great piece for your collection.

Classification: 92.6% iron, 6.68% nickel, 0.43 cobalt, 0.25% phosphorus, 87 ppm gallium and 407 ppm germanium.

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Having a meteorite is having a small fragment of the universe.

A meteorite and a flower.

Regards.

Lot details
Number of items
1
Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
Campo del Cielo
Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
Iron meteorite
Dimensions
20×34.9×41.8 mm
Weight
85.8 g
Origin (Region/ City)
Argentina
Origin (Country)
Argentina
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