รายละเอียดสินค้า STONY-IRON METEORITE - Pallasite (325 grams)
STONY-IRON METEORITE - Pallasite
(ME-599 BRAHIN, MINSK, BELORUSSIYA SSR, RUSSIA)
The Brahin pallasite was first discovered in 1810 near Minsk, Belorussia, Russia. Brahin pallasites are beautiful though not the most stable of the pallasites. They are however the most affordable. For the most stable, gem-like pallasites please visit our
Meteorite Name : Brahin
Country : Belorussia
State/District : Gomel region
Coordinates : 52°30 \'N, 30°20 \'E
Date of find : 1810
Type : Stony/iron PAL
Pallasite, main group, fragmental olivine shape
According to the \"Catalogue of Meteorites\", \"two masses of about 80 kg and 20 kg, respectively, were found in 1810 and 1819 \". A third specimen was located in 1911, and several other examples of this attractive pallasite are reported to have been recovered, with the latest find having been made in 1979. This very attractive specimen was obtained from a Russian museum in May 1999. It is a very thick quarter section of a full slice with the front and back, and two edges showing saw cut surfaces. The front of the specimen has a fairly good polish, and the other cut surfaces are slightly rough. For preservation of the fresh metal, all cut surfaces have been coated with Krylon. The top and one side, as shown, are in natural condition as collected. It is not known how long ago this specimen was collected, or when the Brahin pallasite originally fell, but the olivine and metal are both in very fresh, unweathered condition. The Olivine ranges in color from yellow-golden, to dark greenish-brown.
The Brahine measures 95 mm x 44 mm x 38 at its widest points. Thinnest point is 10 mm.
* GORGEOUS SLICE OF METEORITE PALLASITE BRAHIN *
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