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-{[{ ((ps.selectedVariant.compare_at_price - ps.selectedVariant.price) / ps.selectedVariant.compare_at_price * 100 ) | number:0 }]} % Genuine Sikhote-Alin Meteorite from Russia in Glass Display Box - Astro Gallery

Genuine Sikhote-Alin Meteorite from Russia in Glass Display Box

Genuine Sikhote-Alin Meteorite fragment from Primorsky Krai, Russia. This authentic specimen comes in a labeled glass display box with color image and a brief written description. These make amazing gifts as they come perfectly displayed and labeled.

An iron meteorite fell on the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, in southeastern Russia, in 1947. Though large iron meteorite falls had been witnessed previously and fragments recovered, never before in recorded history had a fall of this magnitude been observed. An estimated 70 tonnes (metric tons) of material survived the fiery passage through the atmosphere and reached the Earth.

Class: Iron, Coarsest octahedrite (IIB)
From: Sikhote-Alin Mountains, Eastern Siberia, Russia

 

8 x 6.5 x .75 inches


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$ 69.00

Genuine Sikhote-Alin Meteorite fragment from Primorsky Krai, Russia. This authentic specimen comes in a labeled glass display box with color image and a brief written description. These make amazing gifts as they come perfectly displayed and labeled.

An iron meteorite fell on the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, in southeastern Russia, in 1947. Though large iron meteorite falls had been witnessed previously and fragments recovered, never before in recorded history had a fall of this magnitude been observed. An estimated 70 tonnes (metric tons) of material survived the fiery passage through the atmosphere and reached the Earth.

Class: Iron, Coarsest octahedrite (IIB)
From: Sikhote-Alin Mountains, Eastern Siberia, Russia

 

8 x 6.5 x .75 inches

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