Northwest Africa 6565

IIAB iron meteorites offer scientists unique insight into the crystallization history of asteroidal cores–they are the largest magmatic iron meteorite group. Typically, these iron meteorites are dominantly composed of nickel-iron metal and are thought to be crystallized from a melt. The minerals these meteorites are composed of offer clues about the processes that took place when these asteroidal cores formed.

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