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Meteorite: Campo del Cielo
Size: 40.00 x 22.70 x 28.40 mm. The magnet shown in one photo is 1 cm, as an illustrative reference for the dimensions.
Weight: 80.90 g
Supplement: Metallic Meteorite
The Campo de Cielo meteorite came to Earth approximately 4,500 years ago, falling in present-day Argentina; the largest known metallic meteor shower ever. 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 features the extreme beauty of a meteorite, which is special given its uniqueness and its diverse shape, and it also has a moving part, rare diversity and scarce.
A great addition to your collection.
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Classification: 92.6% iron, 6.68% nickel, 0.43 cobalt, 0.25% phosphorus, 87 ppm gallium and 407 ppm germanium.
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