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อุกกาบาตชนิด Vaca Muerta - KIRBY (9 grams)


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Beautiful VACA MUERTA Meteorite - KIRBY (9 grams)The perfect item for a School, University, Museums, Collectors, etc.Specimen: VACA MUERTA - Type: Mesosiderite - Weight: 9g. From Outer Space to
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Beautiful VACA MUERTA Meteorite - KIRBY (9 grams)

The perfect item for a School, University, Museums, Collectors, etc.
Specimen: VACA MUERTA - Type: Mesosiderite - Weight: 9g.

From Outer Space to impact in the Atacama Desert (Northern Region of Chile)

Vaca Muerta is a rare stony iron meteorite which impacted the Atacama desert (Chile) long, long time ago. This Meteorite was first found in 1861 and is classified as a Stony-Iron Meteorite.
If you are the winner bidder you will receive The meteorite as shown in the picture that will be cushioned by tissue to protect him from damage in the shipping.

Taltal, Atacama, Chile
Found 1861
Tkw: ~4t
Mesosiderite MES
(metal: 8.8% Ni, 9.6ppm. Ga, 42.8ppm. Ge, 2.2ppm. Ir)

Some facts about Vaca Muerta:

This meteorite was found in 1861 in the driest desert of the world: The Atacama, Chile.

It is classified as a stony-iron, mesosiderite.

Eucrites are believed to have come from the asteroid Vesta. Mesosiderites are formed on the surface of a parent body as a result of impacts with another body.

Vaca Muerta is a differentiated silicate and metal rich meteorite containing many silicate and eucrite inclusions. For this meteorite to show such a varied and disrupted character, the Vaca Muerta parent body must have been impacted countless times by different types of material to break up, mix, and fuse the various constituent pieces.

Vaca Muerta has a very weathered exterior, but still has lots of metal inside.

This meteorite is part of a private collection that was given to me by my father, Claudio Canut de Bon, who has written articles in magazines and books about the subject of Meteorites and many other foreign and earthly rocks.

Vaca Muerta means "Dead Cow" in spanish.