Collection: Imilac, Chile

Origin: Pallasites are a result of a collision between celestial bodies in the early solar system. This collision fused metallic-nickel material with olivine crystals, creating their unique composition.

Composition: Its a pallasite, which means it consists of a captivating blend of metal and silicate minerals.

Metallic Matrix: Primarily composed of iron and nickel, with smaller amounts of cobalt and phosphorus.
Olivine Crystals: found in pallasite meteorites like Imilac, is a mineral that typically appears in green to yellow-green colors with a glassy or vitreous luster.

Imlilac is a pallasite renowned as one of the most beautiful in the world, discovered in the Atacama Desert of Chile, at an altitude exceeding 3000 meters above sea level. Its crystals exhibit a unique translucency and yellowish hue compared to other pallasites, and it boasts exceptional stability, being highly resistant to rust. Consequently, it is highly prized among meteorite collectors.

This meteorite represents a rare and captivating specimen that offers a glimpse into the mysteries of the cosmos.

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