While Pallasites are extremely rare, Glorieta Mountain is rarer still because it is chemically and morphologically anomalous – it’s loaded with sulfide inclusions – which compelled researchers to classify Glorieta as its own sub-type. This specimen features the signature sulfide inclusions, along with crystals of the gem version of Olivine: Peridot (birthstone of August). This is a superb example and notable addition to any serious collection of meteorites.
Glorieta Mountain Stony Iron Meteorite Pallasite – Rare
Rare Glorieta Mountain Stony Iron Pallasite found in May 1884. Named “Heartbeat From Outer Space“
91.2 grams / 3.5 x 3.5 inches
Only 28 pieces were ever found, extremely rare, in excellent condition. Framed with incredible lighting from a remote control!
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