The Seymchan meteorite is a spectacular remnant of an early proto-planet in our Solar System. Aspects of Olivine are present in this Pallasite interior part slice. The complex crystalline Widmanstätten patterns in metal can only be created in the vacuum of space, where molten iron slowly cooled over billions of years. Standing on its own this 13 gram is just over one inch wide and is an interior part slice of the Seymchan meteorite. It is certain to inspire wonder wherever it lands. Srednekansky District, Magadan Oblast, Russia. 1.125" x .125" x .94"

Self Standing 13 gram Seymchan Pallasite Meteorite with Olivine