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8.24 gram SEYMCHAN METEORITE pallasite - BEAUTIFUL CRYSTALS - odd cut specimen!

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Seller: mr-meteorite (3.891) 100%, Location: Peoria, Arizona, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 222671558967 My name is Ruben Garcia aka MrMeteorite and I’m a meteorite dealer/collector. I have dealt in meteorites for 17 years and it’s been a wonderful ride. I’ve been featured in many books and magazines about meteorites, like Sky and Telescope, Discover, Iguana, Meteorite Times, and even the latest book by O. Richard and Dorothy Norton, called “What’s so Mysterious about Meteorites?” I’ve also appeared in such TV shows as, Meteorite Men, Nova Science NOW, Cash and Treasures, and the United Stats of America with Hosts “The Sklar Brothers”. Of course, I’ve also been the subject of newspapers all across the country and various NPR and BBC radio shows. I typically sell to high profile museums and universities all over the world. Everything I sell here is guaranteed just as if I were selling to a museum. Feel free to visit my website (MrMeteorite) to see what I’m up to and don’t forget to bid with confidence! Payment is due upon auctions end, unless you contact me and want to wait a few days to bid on more items in order to combine shipping. Check out my other items! I include a business card sized label that describes each particular specimen! Payment is due upon auction end. Bid with confidence as all my auctions are guaranteed! Shipping in the USA $5.25 International shipping $12.00 About this particular meteorite from the Meteoritical Bulletin Seymchan Basic information Name: Seymchan This is an OFFICIAL meteorite name. Abbreviation: There is no official abbreviation for this meteorite. Observed fall: No Year found: 1967 Country: Russia Mass: 323.3 kg Classification history: Meteoritical Bulletin: MB 43 (1968) Iron NHM Catalogue: 5th Edition (2000) IIE MetBase: v. 7.1 (2006) Iron-ung Recommended: Pallasite, PMG [explanation] This is 1 of 39 approved meteorites classified as Pallasite, PMG. [show all] Search for other: Metal-rich meteorites, Main group pallasites, and Pallasites Comments: Reclassified van Niekerk et al. (2007) Revised 26 May 2009: Revised pallasite classifications Writeup Writeup from MB 43: Warning: the following text was scanned and may contain character recognition errors. Refer to the original to be sure of accuracy. DISCOVERY OF SEYMCHAN IRON METEORITE, USSR Name: SEYMCHAN The place of fall or discovery: The meteorite has been found in a brook-bed flowing into the river of Hekandue, a left tributary of the river of Jasachnaja of the Magadan district, USSR. Date of fall or discovery: FOUND, June 1967. Class and type: IRON. Number of individual specimens: 2. Total weight: About 351 kg (about 300 kg and 51 kg). Circumstances of the fall or discovery: The larger specimen has been found by the geologist F. A. Mednikov during a geological survey. The meteorite hardly seen was lying among the stones of the brook-ebd. The smaller specimen was found at a distance of 20 m from the first one by I. H. Markov with a mine detector in october 1967. The main mass was turned to the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Source: Report of geologist F. A. Mednikov (Magadan, USSR) in a letter, VIII 15, 1967 and of V. 1. Zvetkov (Moscow, USSR) in a letter X 17, 1967. Condition: New

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